Police are preparing to release the names of people charged with engaging a prostitute in a high-profile case in Kennebunk after a Maine judge denied a motion seeking to keep the names secret. Justice Thomas Warren denied a motion Monday seeking to prevent release of the names of alleged customers of a woman charged with prostitution. Stephen Schwartz, lawyer for two of the accused johns, filed a complaint Monday asking that names be kept private and that criminal charges not be pursued. Schwartz says an appeal is unlikely. Kennebunk police say they’re moving forward with releasing some of the names. Zumba fitness instructor Alexis Wright has pleaded not guilty to 106 counts of prostitution, invasion of privacy and other charges. Her business partner faces 59 misdemeanor counts.