Macon police bust more massage parlors

awomack@macon.comJuly 21, 2008 

Twelve more people have been arrested during what Macon police are calling the second phase of Operation Massage Parlor, the department announced today.

During the sting, which took place between July 15-17, 13 parlors were targeted using undercover police officers. Five were closed for business.

The spas that were raided are: Tokyo Health Spa, 2790 Riverside Drive; Ultimate Spa, 3355 Pio Nono Ave.; VIP Spa & Relaxation, 3266 Pio Nono Ave.; Q Spa, 4325 Log Cabin Drive; All American Spa & Massage, 3892 Bloomfield Village Drive.

Phase One of the operation concluded last month when 13 women were arrested at eight spas.

Tokyo Health Spa, Ultimate Spa, and VIP Spa & Relaxation were among the businesses that had employees charged in the raid.

Arrests from Phase Two:

Tokyo Health Spa, 2790 Riverside Drive:

In Cha Britto, 63, of Norcross Ga., charged with keeping a house of prostitution

Ultimate Spa, 3355 Pio Nono Ave.:

Trinh Thi Ncoc Mai, 59, of Fayetteville, N.C., charged with prostitutioin

Muoi Thi Huynh Wheless, 65, of Fayetteville, N.C., charged with keeping a house of prostitution

VIP Spa & Relaxation, 3266 Pio Nono Ave.:

Ty Thi Nguyen, 50, of Freemont, Calif., charged with keeping a house of prostitution, prostitution and sexual battery

Q Spa, 4325 Log Cabin Drive:

Bonnie Florence Bird, 39, of Houston, Texas, charged with sodomy, prostitution and keeping a house of prostitution

Su Jin Cha, 39, of Macon, charged with prostitution

Kwan Yong Lee, 42, of Macon, charged with impersonating a police officer

All American Spa & Massage: 3892 Bloomfield Village Drive

Valerie Simmons Milner, 43, of Chamblee, charged with keeping a house of prostitution

Brandi Tonneck Edwards, 24, of Macon, charged with keeping a house of prostitution

Rhama Geraldine Neisler, 17, of Macon, charged with masturbation for hire

Cory Dewayne Fruster, 28, of Sharpsburg, charged with keeping a house of prostitution

Rykiel Ronkeshia Curry, 21, of Macon, charged with masturbation for hire

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