Natasha D. Accomando, 20, of Lombard, charged with prostitution.
Seven people who police say advertised their services on the Internet were arrested last week in Naperville on prostitution charges, police said Tuesday.
Last Thursday, members of the Naperville Police Department’s Special Operations Group conducted an investigation into people engaging in acts of prostitution at locations on Naperville’s Far North Side, a release from Naperville police said. These people advertised their services on various Internet sites, the release said.
The suspected prostitutes posted various services on the Internet and agreed to meet their customers at various locations and perform sexual acts in exchange for money, the release said.
Seven people -- one of whom was found to have cocaine on her -- were arrested as a result of this investigation.
Those arrested are:
• Emily L. Dudasik, 20, of Wheaton, charged with prostitution.
• Natasha D. Accomando, 20, of Lombard, charged with prostitution.
• Heather A. Ashfield, 39, of Aurora, charged with prostitution and possession of a controlled substance (a Class 4 felony)
• Sonya M. Johnson, 33, of Aurora, charged with prostitution.
• Deja R. Davis, 20, of Chicago, charged with prostitution.
• Michael A. Green, 22, of Chicago, charged with attempted pandering.
• Martell A. Williams, 22, of Bolingbrook, charged with attempted pandering.
The prostitution and attempted pandering charges are Class A misdemeanors.