Kennebunk, Maine police have released more Johns from Alexis Wright’s client list Monday. Today’s collection of names, the fourth installment of a client list expected to top 150 names in all, brings the total number of names to 62. As with the other men named in the ‘Alexis Wright Zumba Prostitution case’, these men are being charged with participating in Ms Wright’s prostitution ring, which she operated out of her Zumba studio in the popular vacation town. Below is the full list of names from Alexis Wright’s client list that were released today.

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 Alexis Wright Zumba Prostitution Case – Client List Release 4:

On Nov. 15, Daniel A. Meyer, 41, of P.O. Box 81, Raymond, Maine, was charged with engaging a prostitute. He is scheduled to appear in Biddeford District Court on Feb. 20.

On Nov. 19, David F. Burley, 47, of 22 Lindale Ave., Biddeford, Maine, was charged with engaging a prostitute. He is scheduled to appear in Biddeford District Court on Feb. 20.

On Nov. 20, Christopher Cutshall, 52, of 305 Commercial St., #403, Portland, Maine, was charged with engaging a prostitute. He is scheduled to appear in Biddeford District Court on Feb. 20.

On Nov. 21, Roger C. Larson, 58, of 5 S Beech Road, Harrison, Maine, was charged with engaging a prostitute. He is scheduled to appear in Biddeford District Court on Feb. 20.

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Police intended to publish the new portion of Wright’s client list on Friday, but delayed its release because of the holiday.

With four men preemptively pleading guilty to charges of engaging a prostitute, thus keeping their names from appearing in the bimonthly list of summonses, the total number of alleged Johns is now 76.

Previous releases include the names of former South Portland Mayor James Soule, former Kennebunk High School hockey coach Donald Hill, local lawyer Jens Bergens, former Portland Planning Board Chairman Joe Lewis and former Church of the Nazarene Pastor James Andrew Ferreira.

Related: NSFW Video of Zumba Madam Hits Web

Officials working on the case have said that Wright maintained fastidious records of her activities, which now serve as the basis for much of the investigation. Considering the progressive release of 15-20 names every two weeks, it may be another two months before the police finish.

Wright, 29, is accused of running a prostitution business out of her Pura Vida Zumba studio in Kennebunk along with Mark Strong, a 57-year-old Thomaston businessman. Wright faces 106 counts of promotion of prostitution, engaging in prostitution, invasion of privacy, conspiracy, tax offenses and receiving welfare benefits when ineligible. Strong, meanwhile, faces 59 counts of related offenses. Both she and Strong pleaded not guilty to all of the charges.

The first set of Johns are scheduled to appear in court next week on December 5th.