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The investigation into Jade Spa or Hawaii Spa began in February after police got reports of illegal activity.
Dallas police executed a search warrant at the Dallas location Wednesday as officers from other agencies searched eight other associated addresses in Dallas, Carrollton, Grapevine, Arlington, Southlake and Irving. The investigation revealed the spa was connected to a popular Chinese restaurant more than 20 miles away, in Southlake.
This was a massive operation done by a vice unit that was disbanded in and then reinstated with nearly two dozen new detectives a year later. Dallas police used state and federal resources and worked with several local law enforcement agencies to conduct this operation. Dallas police say six females were being held captive and sold for sex at Jade Spa, or Hawaii Spa. They tend to keep quiet.
Keep to themselves. The recently reinstated Dallas Police Department Vice Unit and Narcotics Section has worked since February to uncover the operation after complaints were made about prostitution and human trafficking happening at the spa. Investigators identified the suspected operators, owners, and investors, which led them all over the Metroplex.
Without going into specifics, Major Geron explained that money from the spa was tied to s at the restaurant. The news startled people trying to go Dragon House for dinner Thursday, who were instead greeted by a note on the door. Major Geron said he had his doubts then, but not now, adding that what matters most in this case are the victims. All six people arrested are charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution and engaging in organized criminal activity.Hookers in Irving
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