LI Bust

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  1. canthelpit

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    Great use of tax dollars.
  2. billyS

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    Bullets are flying in the adjacent Huntington Station, MS-13, Latin Kings. Unsolved murders. Things are so bad the parents are fighting to have a school closed down. Yet they have the resources to send in undercover cops multiple times to arrest 50 year old woman giving hand jobs.
  3. genius

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    The felony is unlicensed massage, prostitution is a misdemeanor.

    However the prostitution charge is what gets the press.

    Also, given all the news about taxes going up and $150,000 cops, I don’t think the public would want to hear:

    After a long investigation, the police arrested 2 women for performing illegal massages.
  4. paperpusher

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    <Employees were also performing massages without licenses>
  5. RuffToy

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    According to the article the bust was for prostitution, not unlicensed massage.
  6. dikipedia

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    Its simple. An undercover officer walks into the shop and asks if they do massages. It doesn't matter what they advertise, if LE observes them verbally agreeing to perform a massage, they're busted. How many times have you walked into an AMP and asked if you could have some body work? It's just not colloquially used. If they were smart, they would make it a policy to correct customers and say, no we do body work only, but these are the same girls that think alcohol spray cleans off STDs.

    Just my take anyway.
  7. garvin_fred

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    Hey, let's hope they don't do any DNA analysis.
  8. paperpusher

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    How is that there are over 100 bodywork shops advertising openly in Flushing, and the police do not say they observe massages. If the women here say, we never performed massages but body work, what the hell is the difference? How does a policeman know when one is performing a massage versus bodywork which is legal?
  9. teps

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    Huntington AMP bust

    This is an SCPD press release:

    Incident: Two Women Arrested for Prostitution in Huntington Massage Parlor Raid
    Location: Acupuncture Acupressure, 866 West Route 25, Huntington
    Date/Time: Thursday, April 29, 2010 at 2:05 p.m.


    Suffolk County Police today arrested two Flushing women for prostitution at a Huntington massage parlor.

    Second Precinct Crime Section officers in conjunction with undercover officers, conducted an investigation that revealed prostitution activity at the Acupuncture Acupressure massage parlor located at 866 West Route 25. Massage tables, assorted body oils, towels, bedding and cash were seized after a search warrant was executed at 2:05 p.m. Employees were also performing massages without licenses.

    Xuang Shuang He, 40, and Xiao-Hui Lu, 53, both of Flushing, were charged with Prostitution and Unauthorized Practice of a Profession.

    He and Lu will be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip on April 30.

    A criminal charge is an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.
  10. Scott68

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    Think of all the places in Nassau and Suffolk that advertise all over the place. LE knows where they are and it's so simple to bust them, sometimes they are very stupid when screening, if they screen at all.

    It seems they make an example of one or two once in a while. Owning a place is a crapshoot.
  11. genius

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    As an aside, NassauCounty Executive Tom Suozzi (yes I know the arrest was in Suffolk)was on TV the other day justifing the red light cameras as the camaras free up police resourses from stopping drivers from blowing thru red lights, (where people die from time to time) to more important matters. I guess we will see more "month long investigations" to stop all the dangerous handjobs.

    I feel sooooo much safer already.
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2009
  12. genius

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    WADR, I think they sometimes pay the price due to their stupidity.

    " In response to neighborhood complaints Sixth Precinct Crime Section officers conducted a month long investigation ...."
  13. lightweight

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    Was this the place next to the laundry mat? I think that was Horseblock Rd.
  14. Scott68

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    As much as we enjoy their services, well, most of the time. As much as we review them, good or bad, let's remember they sometimes pay the price for our satisfaction and enjoyment.
  15. teps

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    Another SCPD AMP bust

    Another SCPD AMP bust. This is their press release:

    Incident: Illegal Massage Parlor Arrests
    Location: 875 Portion Road, Farmingville
    Date/Time: Thursday, August 6, 2009


    Suffolk County Police today arrested three women after a raid at a Farmingville massage parlor where prostitution took place.

    In response to neighborhood complaints Sixth Precinct Crime Section officers conducted a month long investigation that revealed prostitution activity at the massage parlor located at 875 Portion Road. Officers executed a search warrant and the following people were arrested.

    · Tin Ping Wang, 43, of 147-23 Barclay Ave., Flushing

    · Chen Long Hua, 38, of 138 th St., Flushing

    · Liu Chun Ping, 46, of 147-23 Barclay Ave., Flushing

    Wang and Hua were charged with Prostitution. Ping was charged with Promoting Prostitution 4th Degree. All three were charged with a violation of the New York State Education Law for Unauthorized Practice of a Massage Therapy without a License, a Class E felony.

    Wang, Hua and Ping will be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip on August 7.

    A criminal charge is an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.
  16. jamesfromny

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    Any idea what they are claiming as "prostitution related items"? This place was always BYOC.
  17. RuffToy

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    FYI Bayside continues to be infiltrated by the Asian community. The Asian population has been migrating east along Northern Blvd from Flushing for years.
  18. RuffToy

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    This address doesn't exist. Either Newsday fucked up (which wouldn't surprise me) or she carries false ID.
  19. qqq35

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    the 2 bayside address are in very nice non-asain 'hoods
  20. teps

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