WASHINGTON, Ind. (WISH) - A Chicago man pleaded guilty Thursday to transporting a woman across state lines for prostitution.
Montell Williams, pleaded guilty in Hammond to transporting a woman from Indiana to Illinois with the intent of having her engage in prostitution on several occasions between June 2011 and Feb. 2012, according to a release.
He was indicted in Oct. 2012 and indicted on additional charges in Dec. 2012.
Sentencing for Williams is set for April 25. He faces up to 10 years in prison.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for Central Indiana through Friday night. Southern counties will be under a winter storm warning beginning Thursday night through Friday night.
An Indianapolis mother pleaded guilty Thursday in connection with the death of her son in an apartment fire.
Hardware stores are making sure Hoosiers are armed with the tools necessary to battle the storm.