LI Bust

Discussion in 'Long Island' started by teps, Aug 21, 2008.

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  1. DireWolf98

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    I know that it's a jungle out there and logic doesn't always reign among the management teams at KMPs and AMPs. However, you would figure that the thickest of skulls would conclude that more LEO scrutiny was worse than less and that it was bad for business in general.

    After all, during the Chinatown gang war of 1990-1991, the gangs made peace because they concluded that all those murders was attracting scrutiny, which was bad for business.

    Oh well, logic doesn't always reign . . .
  2. pudgy.in.the.middle

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    Don't forget the competition

    That area is the AMP hub of LI. I wouldn't be surprised if a competing spot dropped a dime. Many MP owners do frequent review sites like this and so many places have been slow due to the recession.
  3. RuffToy

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    You may be right, but why would there be complaints from nosy retail neighbors? They see men going to the door at 11 (which looks like a non-descript storefront with an insurance sign) and coming out a little while later. They may see Asian women entering and leaving. What about that inspires a complaint to LE? It's not like there's a bunch of low lifes hanging around.

    So even if a complaint is lodged, LE has to have some sense of what's really going on. They couldn't possibly justify the time & expense of a stake out based on little info. How would they know? They read about it here? It was probably a combination of the two.
  4. lurker1

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    I dont think so RT, I am going to go with Genius with complaints, it was next door to a hall & to across the street from a very active Beauty salon which the girls probably have nothing better to do but call & complain...

    Look @ 148 S. Front St. Farmingdale, more action going on there......
  5. genius

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    I think it's more about complaints from neighboring businesses and other busybodies. Once a complaint is made LE has to do something- otherwise it looks like someone is on the take.
  6. paperpusher

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    Knowing a little about Genius's MO, they probably advertised in Newsday. That is certain doom for an AMP.
  7. RuffToy

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    I'm not advocating keeping silent. Defeats the purpose of the board. Places like 11 are doomed because they don't screen properly. Lily survives because she does.

    Look, you know that for every one guy who posts about a place, dozens (if not more) read and act on it. After 11 got the raves reviews, it must have been mad busy. With so much attention being pointed at an unmarked storefront just off a busy road, it was bound to catch the eye of many curious shop keepers nearby.....then LE.
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  8. wolf5958

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    With all due respect RT what do you think should be done? I ask because we want to share infor but as you stated it seems that a place with good reviews is soon gone. It is the nature of the beast isn't it??
  9. RuffToy

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    We have no one but ourselves to blame for this. Reason seems to stand that LE will peruse this board and pick up info. 11 Marie was getting so much free press here that they couldn't ignore it. Even though the place was UTR it stood out like a sore thumb. It was too easy. They had no concept of discretion. I'm sure it was an easy bust.

    Once 11 was getting the rave reviews, it was doomed.
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  10. rogue

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    what's the difference-

    -what they were charged with-Marie St is now closed---
  11. paperpusher

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    At 11 marie st, the 58 and 52 year olds were not the masseuses. What could they charge them with? One was the cleaning lady and the other the owner. The massage personnel were closer to high thirties, low forties.
  12. bfore

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    As expected TODAYS ND

    Four women were arrested and charged with prostitution Thursday at massage parlors in Hicksville and Mineola, police said.

    Nassau vice squad detectives also charged the four, along with two other women at a separate Mineola massage parlor, with unauthorized practice of massage.

    The prostitution arrests were made at the Graceful Service parlor, at 246 Mineola Blvd., Mineola, where two Flushing women, ages 44 and 46, were charged; and at 11 W. Marie St., Hicksville, where a Woodhaven woman, 58, and a Flushing woman, 52, were charged, Nassau police said.

    At a parlor at 307 Willis Ave., Mineola, a Flushing woman, 40, and a Monterey, Calif., woman, 38, were charged with performing massages without a license.
  13. bruce48

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  14. desilove

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    Saw this on another site and since I didnt see this posted anywhere figured id post it:

    http://www.newsday.com/iphone/ny-liarre1212,0,5920851.story


    BY JOSEPH MALLIA , December 11, 2008

    A Nassau County police vice squad sting at a New Cassel massage parlor Wednesday led to two promoting prostitution arrests.

    S K M, 37, answered the door at the 979 Old Country Rd. massage parlor and led a police detective to a room where a 30-year-old woman gave him a massage, police said. He paid for the massage, and then the woman offered to have sex with him for more money, police said.

    Vice squad detectives arrested both M and another suspect, Y J. J, 35, of Bayside, Queens, at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

    "J transports females to Nassau County for the purpose of working as prostitutes," a Nassau police news release said.

    Both M and J were charged with promoting prostitution, and the woman who performed the massage, a 30-year-old from Union Street in Flushing, was also arrested and was charged with prostitution.

    M, of Union Street, Flushing, and J, 35, of 23rd Avenue, Bayside, face arraignment Thursday at First District Court, Hempstead.

    At the time of her arrest Wednesday, M was out on $500 bail for a previous prostitution arrest, on Oct. 21, court records show.
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  15. muffdvr

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    You forgot The Budget Inn in Massapequa
  16. muffdvr

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    Diplomat is on the RVC Baldwin border, but it is a Baldwin address I think.
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  17. billyS

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    I see the problem, two places with the same initials.
    Coliseum Motor Inn on Hempstead Turnpike in East Meadow, just east of the Meadowbrook Parkway and across the street from Eisenhower Park.
    Commack Motor Inn out in Commack.
  18. desilove

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    Diplomat (Rockville Centre),
    Garden Hilton (Westbury),
    Hollywood (Farmindale)
    the Pines (Westbury, behind Garden Hilton),
    Plantation (Island Park)
    Long Beach Motor Inn (Island Park)
    Coliseum Inn (E Meadow)
    GAteway (Merrick)
    and yes the Capri (this should be common knowledge to those from this side of Nassau)


    The above are good for maybe one get together but not ideal for setting up incall w/ volume. Outside of that well do with it a you may. These places are not just watched for "us," many are hit for drug busts and other things as well. This is the first and prob last time I openly share like this. So Merry Christmas;)

    **this should prob go someplace else, so maybe the mod can put it in the right place, without quoting me**
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  19. Mr. W. Coyote

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    Cmi

    I always thought the CMI was in commack.
  20. muffdvr

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    Is the Diplomat being watched too? Is there a thread with all the places to avoid?