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Chicago woman serves jail time in prostitution scheme

WORTHINGTON -- A Chicago, Ill. woman will spend five years on supervised probation for her role in a prostitution scheme. Mariah Tucker, 23, was sentenced to serve 102 days in the Nobles County Jail after being convicted of felony aiding and abet...

WORTHINGTON -- A Chicago, Ill. woman will spend five years on supervised probation for her role in a prostitution scheme.

Mariah Tucker, 23, was sentenced to serve 102 days in the Nobles County Jail after being convicted of felony aiding and abetting coercion. She had satisfied her jail time as of Tuesday’s sentencing hearing in Nobles County District Court.

She was also sentenced to one year and one day in prison, but that will be stayed pending compliance with probationary terms.

She is also to pay $3,000 in restitution jointly with co-defendant Jacobia L. Booker-Northern.

Two other charges were dismissed as part of the plea agreement.

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