WASHBURN COUNTY -- The Court has sentenced the second person charged in a Washburn County child enticement case which was filed following an investigation into attempted child sex trafficking.

DrydenWire.com reported in 2018 that Jamaine Brown, of Milwaukee, WI,  was charged criminally along with Christina Greer, of Minneapolis, MN, following an investigation by the Spooner Police Department and the Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation into possible attempted child sex trafficking in Washburn County.

The investigation was initiated after law enforcement received information that Brown and Greer had sexually propositioned a 14-year-old female in Washburn County. The subsequent investigation revealed that Brown and Greer were traveling in a stolen vehicle and that Greer had stolen merchandise including a bottle of Hennessy from Schmitz Economart located in Spooner, WI.

Charges of 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 were filed against Brown.

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The case filed against Brown was previously scheduled for a Jury Trial, however, online circuit court records show that Brown pleaded No Contest to his charge of Class D Felony Child Enticement-Party to a Crime at a hearing in December 2019. The remaining charges filed against Brown were dismissed.

At a hearing on August 6, 2020, the Court ordered an 8-year sentence for Brown; 4 years of initial confinement to be followed by 4 years of extended supervision, with credit for 108 days served. Conditions of supervision will require Brown to undergo and follow through with and all assessments, evaluations, therapy, and/or treatment recommended by the Department of Corrections.

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Brown will be required to register as a sex offender for 15 years and he will be prohibited from having unsupervised contact with minors under the age of 18 without written consent from an agent of the Department of Corrections. Conditions will prohibit Brown from consuming any alcohol or entering any establishment that sells alcohol for consumption except for work purposes.

Christina Greer, of Minneapolis, MN

Greer was previously sentenced to a term of 12 years on her convictions for Class D Felony Child Enticement - Party to a Crime, and Misdemeanor Retail Theft-Intentionally Take.

Greer was ordered to serve 6 years of initial 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.

Last Update: Aug 07, 2020 10:49 am CDT

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