WASHBURN COUNTY -- Christina Greer, the first of two facing charges including child enticement, has been sentenced in Washburn County.

DrydenWire.com reported in October 2018 that Greer, of Minneapolis, MN, and Jamaine Brown, of Milwaukee, WI, were arrested and charged in October 2018 after Spooner Police Department received information that Greer and Brown had allegedly attempted to solicit a 14 year old female for sexual acts.

According to a criminal complaint, Greer and Brown were involved in theft a vehicle that they travelled to Washburn County in. In addition, Greer, was charged with theft of 4 bottles of Hennessy Cognac, from Schmitz Economart in Spooner, WI.

Spooner Police Department also received information that Greer and Brown had attempted to get a 14-year-old female to engage in sexual acts with them, offering her money for the acts. The girl refused and said that eventually they took her home.



Greer was charged with Class C Felony Trafficking of a Child - Party to a Crime, Class  D Felony Child Enticement - Party to a Crime, Class D Felony Soliciting a Child for Prostitution-Party to a Crime, Class I Felony Drive or Operate a Vehicle Without Owner’s Consent-Party to a Crime, Misdemeanor Retail Theft-Intentionally Take, and Misdemeanor Possess/Illegally Obtained Prescription.


Brown was charged with Class D Felony Trafficking of a Child-Party to a Crime, Class C Felony Conspiracy to Commit Sexual Assault of a Child Under 16 Years of Age, Class D Felony Child Enticement-Party to a Crime, and Class D Felony Soliciting a Child for Prostitution-Party to a Crime.


Greer was sentenced by the Court at a hearing on May 20, 2019. Online circuit court records show that earlier this year Greer plead No Contest to her charges of Class  D Felony Child Enticement - Party to a Crime, and Misdemeanor Retail Theft-Intentionally Take. The rest of Greer’s charges were dismissed but read in by the Court.

The Court ordered a 12 year sentence for Greer; 6 years of confinement in State Prison followed by 6 years of extended supervision.Greer was ordered to register as a sex offender and is prohibited from contact with juvenile females unless authorized by an agent of the Department of Corrections.

A 5-day jury trial is scheduled for December 2019 regarding the charges filed against Brown. He was released on a $500 signature bond in January 2019.

Pursuant to the direction of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as found in Supreme Court Rule 20:3.6, Trial Publicly, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.


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