Woman charged with offering sex to Hillside police chief for $20

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A woman offered sex for $20 to a west suburban police chief outside a gas station in Hillside on Saturday, prosecutors allege.

Delora Johnson, 24, walked up to Hillside Police Chief Joseph Lukaszek and asked for a cigarette about 7 p.m. outside the station in the 4700 block of West Roosevelt, Cook County prosecutors said at a bond hearing on Sunday.

When Lukaszek said he didn’t have one, she offered to perform sex acts on him for $20, prosecutors said.

Johnson, who lives on the same block as the gas station, allegedly punched the chief in the chest when he tried to arrest her. She was charged with felony counts of aggravated battery, resisting arrest and prostitution.

Hillside police could not be reached for comment.

Judge Donald Panarese Jr. released Johnson on her own recognizance. She is next due in court on March 27.

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