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2 Women Charged in Massage Parlor Prostitution Investigation

Police arrested two women after they say an unlicensed masseuse offered to engage in a sexual act for money with an undercover detective.

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    2 Women Charged in Massage Parlor Prostitution Investigation
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    Police in South Kingston, Rhode Island, have charged two women as part of an undercover investigation into a local massage parlor.

    Investigators said an unlicensed masseuse allegedly offered to engage in a sexual act with an undercover detective for money at the Queen Spa.

    Twenty-seven-year-old Me Lee was charged Tuesday with one misdemeanor count of prostitution and one misdemeanor count of practicing without a license, while 32-year-old Chun Jin was charged with one misdemeanor count of licensing of massage therapist. Both are from Flushing, New York.

    The women were due to be arraigned at police headquarters on the misdemeanor charges. It was unclear if they were represented by lawyers.

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