Haverford police served a search warrant for a Drexel Hill business July 20 after two detectives were allegedly offered sexual favors for money. MARPLE TWP. - Two women, who allegedly ran a prostitution business in Drexel Hill, had their preliminary hearings continued Monday. Advertisement Jing Yu Hu, 45, and Xu Jing Zi, 38, both of Flushing, N.Y., are charged with prostitution and criminal solicitation. Their preliminary hearings are scheduled for Sept. 11 before Magisterial District Judge John Capuzzi. Haverford Police served a search warrant at a business, on the second floor of a building in the 1200 block of Township Line Road in Drexel Hill at 6:51 p.m. July 20. Inside the room, police say they found a credit card machine and a pad of paper with dates written on it and the names "Mimi and Tina." Under each name were times with amounts of money, reports said. On a refrigerator, police say they discovered a closed- circuit television, which showed the front of the building. In the rooms, officers say they located two cell phones, $773 and a book with the name of the business "888 Corporation." Hu allegedly admitted to being the owner of the business, which she bought in June. A Pennsylvania State police officer arrived to translate for Hu and Zi, who both allegedly spoke little to no English. In the affidavit of probable cause for the search warrant, Hu and Zi allegedly had offered to touch the genitals of two detectives in exchange for money during a massage. Also seized were numerous credit card receipts, along with Chinese or Korean writings, reports said.