Discussion in 'Southern NJ/Eastern PA ( Philly, Allentown...)' started by HarryBeavers, Feb 17, 2006.
I just moved down south... this makes me hesitant to look for new places around here.
in dog years.
I worked for a PI for a while.. sounds like WE need to invest in some anti-surveilance equipment.. as your'e dropping your draws.. whip out the "wand".. no not ur unit.. it's actuallya high level heat sensor.. picks up signals (monitors etc...) for debugging.. be safe
and they are only 25.
True: American hoes look over 40 most of the time.
the thing is...oriental women (or men) don't "age"...reason when you see the arrest records of AMPs always the ages are over 40.
the nail salon where I go, all the asian women are over 40, with grown kids, and they don't look a day older than 25.
Enough already with these 40+ year olds, why can't we a place with chicks in their 20s. (no offense, Betty).
betty.. they are idiots.. plain & simple.. they can go to an industrial/medical area and nobody would bother them.. and jees.. more video tapes and customer records.. I know they need proof for the "bagman" for the amount of traffic.. but man.. wtf.. be safe
I don't understand why people open shop in these small towns, where people has lots of time to mind others business.
Friday, February 17, 2006
WINSLOW -- A business that billed itself as offering accu-pressure therapy was shut down Thursday and four people were arrested on prostitution charges.
Three women were each charged with prostitution: Annie Xuyugi, 42, Gui Hua Li, 41 and Zhang Shun, 43.
A man, GiChuan Huang of Flushing, N.Y., described by police as the "bagman," was arrested while picking up money for that day's work, police said. The cash was in excess of $1,800.
Huang was charged with promoting prostitution.
Police executed warrants at the business, 135 North Route 73, about 7:15 p.m. Thursday.
A video surveillance system, video tapes, financial records and customer records were seized. The women each listed the same home address, on Chestnut Avenue in West Berlin.
The building also had numerous building code violations and was closed as being unsafe condition/imminent hazard, police said.
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