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Two Queens Women Arrested in Valley Stream for Illegal Massage

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Narcotics/Vice Bureau detectives report the arrests of two Flushing, Queens women on January 20, 2014 for incidents that occurred at 2:15 pm in Valley Stream.

Valley Stream, NY - January 21st, 2014 - Narcotics/Vice Bureau detectives report the arrests of two Flushing, Queens women on January 20, 2014 for incidents that occurred at 2:15 pm in Valley Stream.
 
According to detectives, while inside an unnamed storefront at 124 Brooklyn Avenue, two undercover cover detectives, while in separate rooms, received unlicensed massages from You Hua Han, 48, of 138-26 Elder Avenue and Feng Li, 38, of 134-33 Blossom Avenue for an agreed upon amount of money. Both defendants then offered to perform a sexual act on the detectives for an additional amount of money. Han and Li were then placed under arrest without incident.
 
The defendants are both charged with Unauthorized Practice a Crime and Prostitution. They will be arraigned in First District Court, Hempstead on 01/21/2014.
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