About 1 p. What the woman didn't know was the man was an undercover police officer, wearing a wire. Four more times the officer went back, according to a probable-cause affidavit released this week. During that time, over five months, the officer also visited a massage parlor in Zionsville. And each time, he allowed the women — all Chinese immigrants — to fondle him in exchange for cash, all in a fight against prostitution and human trafficking. Officers say such methods led to a victory for Carmel and Zionsville on Wednesday, when 30 officers raided two businesses, arresting six people — four alleged prostitutes and two alleged pimps.
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Yunmei Wallis, 42, of Livingston Avenue in Dayton, was charged with permitting prostitution, a fourth-degree felony, after a search warrant was served at Asian Spa, Hamilton-Middletown Road, near the corner of Liberty-Fairfield Road. Mike Hackney said Wallis was the manager and worked at the business that they have been investigating for about a year and a half. While he said he could not say every massage was an erotic one, the business did not operate like typical ones in the area that offer beauty services and therapeutic massages. Hackney said most of the male customers were from outside the area, and the spa was advertised on a website with wording that was sexual in nature.
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Matthew Guy was one of the officers working undercover in prostitution investigations. There are erogenous zones that a masseuse is not supposed to touch. Last week, after a four- to five-week investigation, the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office coordinated a sting operation of four massage businesses in Anderson Township resulting in the arrest of four women for prostitution and solicitation. Two of the businesses have been open in the community for three years, Guy said.
Individuals with disabilities may contact Jerry Luna at publicfile wthr. All Rights Reserved. Carmel - A steamed up open sign is the only signage at this otherwise nondescript building in Carmel. The same was true of the next man, who in the process of hiding his face, exposed his wedding band. So we went to the door to find out why men leaving this establishment seemed so ashamed.