A West Side man has been accused of promoting prostitution in northwestern suburbs.
Gabriel Johnson, 31, is accused of a crime census, each promoting prostitution and an armed usual criminal, according to a statement from the Cook County Sheriff office.
At 7 pm on Thursday, members of the sheriff's vice-unit attended an undercover operation, Johnson exploited "prostitution actions" by a 24-year-old woman at a hotel in the Arlington Heights area, said the sheriff's office.
Johnson, living in Austin, appeared while investigators were in the hotel room and were ordered to come to the ground when the officers saw a gun in his waist, the sheriff's office said. The officers arrested him and regained a charged 9 mm semi-automatic weapon.
At the time of his arrest, he was also seeking an excellent guarantee of the illegal use of a weapon.
The woman was also taken into custody, but was not charged, according to the sheriff's office. She was offered offerings.
Judge Marc William Martin put Johnson's $ 150,000 bail during a Friday Friday hearing at Rolling Meadows Courthouse, according to Cook County Court records. He also ordered Johnson to be placed on electronic home surveillance if he put a tape.
His next court date was set for June 13 according to court records.