Officials strive to halt sex crimes at their core

Courts order johns, prostitutes to learn about altering ways

6:59 AM, Nov. 4, 2013
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Since 2011, virtually every man arrested in Grand Chute for patronizing a prostitute has escaped criminal charges.

Law enforcement officials say that's about to change.

In 2011, Grand Chute passed an ordinance requiring escorts to obtain licenses as a way to crack down on prostitution. As a result, officials in the area have uncovered a flood of "workers" who travel from Milwaukee and Chicago for the safer streets of smaller cities. ...

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