Arlington Heights Police Arrest 14 in Motel Near Arlington Heights Rd and Algonquin — Part of Nationwide Sting


NOTE: This case has been dismissed and expunged for Neal S. Fusco.

The Arlington Heights Police Department was one of 38 law enforcement agencies throughout 15 states that took part in the “National Johns Suppression Initiative” campaign in a widespread crackdown on the demand for purchased sex. This initiative led to 1,429 arrests (1,358 would-be sex buyers “Johns” and
71 sex traffickers).

The Arlington Heights Police Department ran two stings at a motel in the area of Arlington Heights Road and Algonquin Road that resulted in the arrest of a total of 14 “Johns.” All of the arrestees were charged with Solicitation of a Sexual Act. The following is a list of arrests made by the Arlington Heights Police Department in connection with this initiative:

1. Kevin P. Paulish, 03/25/86, 1500 Block of Pinewood, Lockport, IL

2. Patrick J. Bowler, 03/28/56, 6000 Block of Central Ave., Chicago, IL

3. Rodolfo Gonzalez-Segundo, 05/05/72, 600 Block of Dean Dr., South Elgin

4. Edin Lojo, 06/08/69, 5000 Block of Enfield Ave., Skokie, IL

5. Sarabjit S. Datt, 09/26/74, 1700 Block of Plum Grove Dr., Palatine, IL

July 28, 2016 Arrests

1. Neal S. Fusco, 07/29/77, 3500 block of Sonoma Cir., Lake in the Hills, IL (NOTE: … This case has been dismissed and expunged for Neal S. Fusco.)

2. Mark Bruk, 10/31/65, 500 Block of Castlewood Ln., Buffalo Grove, IL

3. Patryk L. Kochmanski, 10/31/84, 400 Block of George St., Wood Dale, IL

4. Davis E. Costello, 6/21/65, 2700 Block of Rhodes Ave. Northlake, IL

5. Gustavo E. Deleon, 11/04/75, 700 Block of Inverrary, Deerfield, IL

6. Luis A. Sajaju, 03/15/73, 800 Block of Piper Lane, Mt. Prospect, IL

7. Fernando Limon-Villalobos, 01/04/81, 4700 Block of Arbor Drive, Rolling Meadows, IL

8. Manuel Arce, 02/04/95, 100 Block of Colonial Lane, Lombard, IL

9. Adam M. Maxfield, 05/01/91, 5000 Block of Elliott Dr., Hoffman Estates, IL

Cook County Sheriff reported that more than 1,300 sex buyers – a record – were arrested across 18 states in this summer’s National Johns Suppression Initiative aimed at reducing sex trafficking, Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart announced today.

The operation by a national coalition of law enforcement agencies recovered 32 underage girls lured into human trafficking and made 71 human trafficking arrests. The operation lasted approximately one month, from July 1 to August 7. **

This is the 12th operation for the nationwide initiative, which Sheriff Dart launched in 2011 to highlight the role of sex buyers – or ‘johns’ — as perpetrators in this violent and exploitive industry. The initiative has so far resulted in the arrest of more than 5,800 johns by more than 70 arresting agencies across 22 states.

This summer Sheriff Dart welcomed 10 new partners, including New York City and Philadelphia police
departments. Initiative partners now cover the nation’s 10 largest cities.

This summer’s initiative also focused on ensuring that victims of sex trafficking were connected with appropriate social services. For departments without existing ties to service agencies, the initiative helped equip front-line officers with information to connect to the national human trafficking hotline to gain access
to local services providers.

Cumulative numbers from the 12th National Johns Suppression Initiative campaign are as follows:
 71 sex trafficking arrests
 1,358 sex solicitation arrests (johns)
 More than $1 million in fines
 More than 1,300 charges (felony, misdemeanor and ordinance violations)
 58 adult victims recovered/offered services
 32 juvenile victims recovered
 2,015 johns deterred (includes texts, calls and webpage re-directs to inform sex buyers of the
harmful impact of the sex industry)
 421 vehicles towed/impounded/seized
 60 percent of arrests stemmed from online advertisements, of which 99 percent were on
Noteworthy anecdotes from this sweep include:
 Cook County Sheriff’s Police Investigators arrested a 15-year-old attempting to buy sex
 The Las Vegas Metro Police Department recovered 22 girls who were identified as victims of
sex trafficking.
 Oakland Police Department arrested a male buyer who left his 7-year-old daughter in the
car. The child got out of the vehicle and wandered around the motel parking lot. She was
rescued during the operation. He was charged with child endangerment in addition to
 Seattle Police arrested two three-member bachelor parties.
 Tennessee Bureau of Investigations rescued a 12-year-old girl who had been abducted in Texas and trafficked to Tennessee for purposes of commercial sex.

Agencies with the most arrests:
Cook County (Ill.) Sheriff’s Office: 230 [43 in partnership with suburban agencies Lansing Police Department, Matteson Police Department and Broadview Police Department]

Seattle Police Department: 204
Columbus (Ohio) Police Department: 167
Harris County (Texas) Sheriff’s Office: 143
Houston Police Department: 82
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation: 74
Portland (Ore.) Police Department: 63
Boston Police Department: 57
McLennan County (Texas) Sheriff’s Office: 55
Oakland (Calif.) Police Department: 42

Other law enforcement partners combined for approximately 250 of arrests made: Glendale (Ariz.) Police Department; Phoenix Police Department; Mesa (Ariz.) Police Department; Tucson (Ariz.) Police
Department; Little Rock (Ark.) Police Department; San Diego Police Department; Denver Police Department, DeKalb (Ga.) Police Department; Arlington Heights (Ill.) Police Department; Lake County, (Ill.) Sheriff’s Office; Lansing (Ill) Police Department; Matteson (Ill.) Police Department; Howard County (Md.) Police Department; Prince George (Md.) Police Department, Maple Grove (Minn.) Police Department; Lincoln (Neb.) Police Department; New York City Police Department; Las Vegas Police Department; Reno (Nev.) Police Department; Wood County (Ohio) Sheriff’s Office; Dauphin County (Penn.) Police Department; Pittsburgh Police Department; Philadelphia Police Department; Upper Merion Township (Penn.) Police Department.

Sheriff Dart reminds the public that the defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty by the
government in a court of law.

*Special thanks to Demand Abolition for their support of this national initiative.

**Some operations are executed outside the official time period due to the jurisdiction’s capacity

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