8 arrested in massage parlor raid

This just sounds like a real BS case and I think most of these are.  On Friday, police raided Authentic Healing, a massage parlor on Route 36 in Keyport.  Money and records were seized during the raid.  Three women were arrested in the afternoon: Shakia Hawkins, 27 of Carson Avenue, Perth Amboy; Carolonia Gutierrez, 26, of 26th Street North Bergen; Patricia Desouza, 23 of Summer Village Court, Newark.

It seems like the police hung around and waited to see who showed up as five men were arrested that night:  Ronald Denig, 34, of Bordentown Avenue, South Amboy; Kurt Scaduto, 27, of Central Avenue, Brick; Martin Brown, 42, of Martinsville; Anthony Trabachino, 23, of Cliffwood Avenue, Aberdeen; and Alex Disaccia, 52, or Royal Oaks Drive, Toms River.

Everyone was charged in engaging in prostitution which I have a big problem with.  Where is the evidence to support this charge?  Hawkins was also charged with possession of marijuana and ecstasy.  The three women were associated with owner, Sandra Espinosa, 34, of Park Avenue in West New York, and Pallisades Avenue in Garfield. Charges are pending against Espinosa which could mean big trouble for her as she owns other parlors throughout the state.

Everyone associated with this case needs a good attorney today as the charges are serious but from my experience with these types of cases, a good attorney should be able to blow them out of the water pretty quickly.

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Posted on August 30, 2009, in News and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on 8 arrested in massage parlor raid.

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