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24 Hour Massage Services in Bridgeport, CT
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The sweep was the culmination of years of work by politicians at the city and state level, working side-by-side with police officials to clean up the city. Police Chief Joe Gaudett said the community and police department won't tolerate the illegal establishments. Prostitution is not a victimless crime -- it frays the fabric of our community, both for residents and nearby merchants. The raids were led by the Bridgeport police narcotics and vice squad, along with assistance from the State Police Narcotics Task Force and the city Health Department. The closed establishments are: Tokyo Spa, Fairfield Ave. None of the businesses had required documents, Capt.
Bridgeport shuts down 10 massage parlors
The best little whorehouse in New Haven. The solid sheets of white plastic, smooth and impenetrable like the back of a Polaroid photograph, stuck to the windows of the private room where the mama-san, a heavily painted older woman with thick pouting lips, brought him. A young Korean woman with plucked eyebrows and dark hair streaked with blond entered the room. Her name was Sung Yeon Kim and she was 28 years old.
Ten massage parlors in Bridgeport were raking in the cash by allegedly operating as houses of prostitution until they recently were shut down by city officials, but they weren't the only ones profiting from the illicit trade. The landlords -- several of them Fairfield residents -- who own the buildings where the alleged sex businesses operated were also making a buck, including developer Sal Dinardo of Fairfield, who has a long history of battling officials in both Fairfield and Bridgeport over his properties. Bridgeport police and the city's Health Department recently closed 10 of the suspected brothels.