From Today's Record...Another Bust

Discussion in 'NJ/NY/CT Massage / Spa' started by jaybee, Feb 8, 2003.

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  1. teeduke


    I think you're right. Time to go UTR.
  2. biggod

    biggod The Rifleman

    Another sign of things getting hot. Afew year ago I was caught in a bust and it wasn't funny. And it's no fun so if you don't want to get caught then time to stand on the sidelines for now
  3. Eugene


    Who'd pay a grandma to touch him?
  4. rollin


    Neither he nor his masseuse was arrested, police said.

    "We did not observe any illegal activity," said police Lt. John Reardon.

    Interesting that they didn't, at least haul the other massuse away anyway.
    Guess the LE, has, somewhat of a heart afterall...... :)

  5. HornySailor


    Perhaps they were arrested for being too old and practicing the "Art"
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  6. jaybee


    also in the herald...

    Two women arrested in Wayne massage parlor raid

    Saturday, February 8, 2003

    Herald News

    WAYNE - Police arrested two women on prostitution charges Wednesday night after the third raid at a Berdan Avenue massage parlor in five years, police said.

    Sandra Kramer, 58, of Flushing, N.Y., and Yun Soon Kim-Park, 46, of Palisades Park, were charged with prostitution after touching the genitals of two undercover cops while giving them massages at Body Works, police said.

    Kramer and Kim-Park, who do not have criminal records, were released on summonses, police said.

    Their arraignment is scheduled for Wednesday in Municipal Court.

    Police raided Body Works at lunchtime on Wednesday and confiscated $1,000.

    A male customer was receiving a massage at the time police intervened.

    Neither he nor his masseuse was arrested, police said.

    "We did not observe any illegal activity," said police Lt. John Reardon.

    The parlor was shut down Wednesday, but Reardon said that it had likely reopened by Friday.

    Police have no authority over massage parlors unless they break the law.

    Local zoning laws regulate massage parlor operations, Reardon said.

    Police began investigating activities at the parlor in January after spotting a newspaper ad for massages.

    Officers monitored the massage parlor for about a month from a second-story window at 61 Berdan Ave.

    Men were reportedly the only clients, while masseuses slept there overnight, Reardon said.

    Police had raided the parlor on two previous occasions.

    The first time occurred in 1998. Last summer, another raid led to the arrest of two women on prostitution charges.

    The owner was not present either time.

    Reardon would not release the name of the owner, saying it would jeopardize a probe into potential ties with other partners.

    Police on Friday were investigating whether the two women held legal work permits but said that both presented valid driver's licenses.


    58 and 46. Damn they are old.
  8. jaybee


    Massage parlor workers arrested on sex charges

    Saturday, February 8, 2003

    WAYNE - The massage parlor on Berdan Avenue advertised "relaxation and more." But it was the "more," police said Friday, that led to the arrests of two women who allegedly offered sex to undercover officers.

    Sandra Kramer, 58, of Flushing, Queens, and Yun Soon Kim-Park, 46, of Palisades Park, were arrested Wednesday at Wayne Body Works, 61 Berdan Ave. Police are searching for the owner.

    In August, police had made arrests at the parlor for prostitution. The business closed its doors for a few months, and recently reopened under new management and a new staff, police said. Detectives noticed an advertisement in a local paper and began surveillance.

    Customers learned of the business mostly through word of mouth, authorities said. But the all-male clientele that visited aroused suspicion. The massage parlor is located in the same strip as a fast-food taco restaurant, animal hospital, and sandwich shop.

    After arranging for $60 massages, two undercover officers made the arrests when workers engaged in sex acts, Lt. John Reardon said.

    Both were charged with prostitution and released pending a court appearance later this month.