Naperville Prostitution Arrests
The Naperville Police Department arrested six people on prostitution charges late last week. The five women and one man were taken into custody at a Naperville apartment building on the 1300 block of Crab Apple Court, following an investigation conducted by the NPD’s Special Operations Group into online posts offering sexual services. All six have been released on bond pending their next court appearances.
Women’s Rights Panel
Act. Connect. Engage. – Naperville, or A.C.E. hosted a panel on Sunday discussing several of today’s women’s issues and how to take action to support women. Experts from different organizations spoke on topics such as the Equal Rights Amendment, Planned Parenthood, and men’s role in the women’s rights movement. A.C.E. is also preparing for their next big events, which involve the upcoming primary elections.
NCAA March Madness
It was an exciting weekend in college basketball and nobody had a more thrilling NCAA tournament than the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers, coached by Benet Academy alum Porter Moser. The former Naperville resident led his team to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1985, thanks to a pair of game winning shots. The 11 seed Ramblers shocked Miami on Thursday afternoon and the number three seed Tennessee on Saturday, captivating the country. Loyola, Moser and 98-year-old team chaplain, Sister Jean will face seventh seeded Nevada on Thursday at 6:00 with a trip to the Elite 8 on the line.
In division III basketball news, North Central College’s Alex Sorenson was named a third team All-American. Only the third NCC All-American since 1997, Sorenson led the Cardinals in scoring and rebounding, helping the team to its third consecutive NCAA tournament appearance. The senior also set the program’s single game scoring record with 54 points against Robert Morris in late December.
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