LI Bust

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  1. teps

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    Ronkonkoma AMP busted

    470 Hawkins Avenue was busted at 7:20 PM last night. This is from the SCPD web site:


    Incident: Massage Parlor Arrests
    Location: Feeling Facial Spa, 470 Hawkins Avenue, Ronkonkoma
    Date/Time: June 23, 2009 at 7:20 p.m.


    Suffolk County Police arrested three Queens , NY , residents on charges related to running an unlicensed massage parlor and prostitution.

    Fourth Precinct Crime Section officers, assisted by uniformed officers, raided the Feeling Facial Spa, 470 Hawkins Avenue, Ronkonkoma, on Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at 7:20 p.m. The raid was the culmination of an investigation that was begun in response to complaints from neighbors and tips to Crime Stoppers. The raid resulted in the seizure of $800 in cash, massage tables and other prostitution related items. The following were arrested:

    Jiang He, 31, of 132-61 Pope St . , Flushing , who was charged with Prostitution and Unauthorized Practice. Unauthorized Practice is a felony under the Education Law.

    Jiang Mei, 36, of 57-23 233 rd St . , Bayside, who was charged with Criminal Nuisance 2nd Degree

    Ming Yuan Song, 50, of 67-48 Springfield Blvd. , Bayside, who was charged with Criminal Nuisance 2 nd Degree All three will be held at the Fourth Precinct and will be arraigned at First District Court, Central Islip , later today.

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

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    No I haven't, they seem a little bit exposed. I made a appointment at the one closer to Northern and when I got there, I was a little shocked at how out in the open it was. Didn't go in and ended up going to old faithful #5. Maybe it's legit, but I question that.
  3. TheMac

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    I've seen those Great Neck places in the therapeutic section of CL. They even list their address in the ads. Have you been to either one?
  4. Mr. Joyboy

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    By the way, this does not appear to be Cindy's operation (formerly of Syosset).
  5. Scott68

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    I don't think this place was advertising for long, but Glen Head is a fairly small neighborhood where something like an Amp may get attention quick. There are two places in Great Neck right over the Nassau border that stick out like a sore thumb. One place is just begging for attention. It takes alot of guts to open a place and nerves of steel to not get caught.
  6. popeye363

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    I'm not a lawyer, but...

    I wouldn't read too much into the verb "offer" as far as who initiated what. If the PO made a request for a certain service, and the woman responds with a price (or even the suggestion of a price, like "you take care of me?"), I'd consider her as offering to perform X for $Y.

    While I can't say I've ever experienced an AMP worker initiating the P4P conversation, I can easily believe it went down as I just suggested.
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  7. TheMac

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    At this place in Glen Head (assuming it's the one I think it is), at least one girl offered a HE (with a gesture along with the words "you want?") and negotiated price.
  8. RuffToy

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    From the article:
    "Two Queens women were arrested in Glen Head Tuesday and charged with illegally performing massage therapy for money and for offering to perform sexual acts for a fee, police said."

    Every news article quoting police sources about an AMP arrest states the same thing, offering to perform sexual acts for a fee.

    I know this has been discussed before but I highly doubt that. The operative word in the article is offering, implying the girl made the first move. From my experiences AMP girls never initiate a sexual menu. Unless this is a FS place, sex and money are rarely if ever discussed in an AMP. The only thing I've heard is "How much you tip?" But that comes on the heals of a request....not an initiation.
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  10. paperpusher

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    Only you and Bill Clinton would believe that. And yes I did get a BBJ (not to completion and with dimishing quantities of time the more visits I went) and did faux sex with Su-Gee. And the HE falls on the deifinition of sex.
  11. TASTYSQEEZE

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    11 Marie

    Come on, didnt anyone see the Church right next door. Families going in and out weekdays, weekends, if that wasnt a CLUE come on. But then again, who was offered anything other than a HJ. aND DATY isnt sex,,,, is it?
    Where's Ting when you need her.
  12. paperpusher

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    How many insurance companies that you know have their windows blocked off so you cant see inside? How many insurance companies have only female asian workers? Have many insurance agencies have only male clientele that get escorted out with an asian women that gives an embrace at the door? Oh and my favorite, how many insurance companies actually turn away customers. LOL

    They were on the clock. Pretty much every poster that went to 11 Marie saw the writing on the wall.
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  13. doubleG

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    I think i dodged a bullet. I was about to visit the place right before they got busted. I had called about 20-25 mins to see if they were open (about 6:30 pm thurs night). They told me to come on down. I get there and park my car in the lot behind the place. As I walk around the corner, I see a middle aged white guy with a light beard and flannel coat standing in front of the door with a flash light in his hand, facing out to the street. I walk past him non- chalont and we made eye contact. I was not 100% if this was a bust or not, so I walk back to the car and call the number again, both times it went to voicemail.


    On a different topic, does anyone remember an AMP in Baldwin on newton ave about 2-3 mos ago? I used to go there as my regular amp spot. They had some young cute girls there, better than your typical AMP, but I never got anything more that your typical HJ HE. Anyway did they get busted? I forgot to take the number down before they closed, I was wondering if they moved elsewhere. They did advertise on CL when they were around . Any info appreciated. I tried to search this board for info, but no luck.
  14. pudgy.in.the.middle

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    Tokyo was great during my short time there, didn't have as much fun as you had. I do prefer Okinawa.
  15. DireWolf98

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    With the market, the economy and the weather, we all could about 10 doses of Asian GFE sweetness. Personally speaking, I could sure use a trip to Tokyo.
  16. pudgy.in.the.middle

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    I sure did...my mind went adrift somewhere between paragraphs 2 and 3. I blame the combination of cabin fever and AMP withdrawals .
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    I suspect that you might have missed my point. If I remember correctly, it was seven Chinese gangs versus the one Vietnamese gang (the BTKs). However, the police scrutiny that occurred after the escalation of murders -- especially those in which each victim's hands were tied behind their back and they were shot in the head -- was bad for business.

    It got to a point where there were three cops on every corner. Therefore, none of the gangs -- Chinese or Vietnamese -- could conduct business. As a result, the gangs found a way to resolve their differences and the police presence gradually evaporated.
  18. pudgy.in.the.middle

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    Unfortunately this tactic has been used recently against a CMP in Garfield NJ. I agree it's not the best tactic but using LE is often the easiest of method since many AMPs don't have the resources (i.e., funds or talent) to compete with spots receiving a lot of internet review and traffic. Also I thought the 90s Ctown war the establishment of the Fukienese gang dominance as well as warding off Viet gang infringement.
  19. genius

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    IMHO – what you have described is precisely what that inspires a complaint to LE if you happen to be a busybody who has been put on this earth to report on others immoral behavior.
    Oh come on – of the present crop of 30 or so actively advertizing (ND & Craig’s) AMPs how many do you suppose are legit? Two or three? The cops ain’t stupid. But when a complaint gets on the books it looks bad if it is ignored. Other issue are parking spaces – if you have a small strip mail – say with a hair salon, pizza place, liquor store, bagel place and stationary store there is a certain amount of synergism – all of them have customers that are there for a very short time and while you are picking up your pizza you may also get a bottle of wine. Plus the employees of one shop may utilize the services of the others. Not so with an AMP – they go into the AMP in the morning, bring their own food, and aren’t seen until they leave at night. The AMP customers would prefer not to be seen at all ( look at how “they have a back door” is a plus) and certainly will want to get the hell outa there when done, and to add insult to injury, tie up a parking space for an hour and change.

    The other shops have everything to gain by “doing their civic duty” and calling in a complain.
  20. 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 . . .