Police raided an und massage parlor and made arrests on prostitution charges operating out of the top floor of this house of South Water Street in the Byram section of Greenwich, Conn. Police raided an und massage parlor and made arrests on prostitution charges operating out of the top floor of this house on South Water Street Byram.
When authorities last year shut down Back. But the commercial business in the sale of sex is a persistent one.
In the Greenwich area, the sex trade has had an ongoing presence — both online, at hotels and in a local neighborhood — in recent months. Greenwich police say they will investigate reports of illegal activities at massage parlors and spas. John Slusarz said. A police raid at S. Water St. Greenwich police were tipped off to a business that was offering sexual services by an anonymous letter.
Probably illegally in this country. Another informant told police he went to the apartment on South Water Street to get a back massage, after seeing a listing for the business on the internet. An undercover police officer went to the South Water Street apartment, after first making contact with the business on Bed. It was made clear to the officer that sexual services would be provided for cash, the affidavit stated.
The apartment is now vacant and unoccupied, filled with a strong odor of air freshener. A neighbor, who did not give his name, said he was glad an arrest was made and that the operation was closed. Gonzalez, 40, who has a Pennsylvania identification card, apparently ed a lease for the apartment in November Her next court date is April Since Back was closed, a of competitors have been taking its place by offering thinly veiled sexual services.
Back was shut down in April after years of litigation, but sexual services can still be found online. She said that sexual exploitation was hard to stop from a purely law-enforcement approach.
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