DOVER, Del.- Delaware State Police say detectives arrested a New York woman at a Dover massage parlor after receiving a citizen complaint of prostitution activity occurring at the business.
Police said the investigation got under way on Wednesday, Sept. 23, after the Delaware Department of the State Division of Professional Regulation received a complaint from a concerned citizen who stated there was possible prostitution being conducted at the "Spa," located at 1883 S. DuPont Highway in Dover.
Police said that on Monday, Sept. 28, detectives sent an undercover trooper to the Spa where he asked for a massage. Police said while performing the massage, the masseuse, later identified as 58-year-old Bao Juan Mu, of Flushing, N.Y., offered to perform a sexual act on the trooper in exchange for cash. Police said the trooper refused the proposition, however, and left the establishment.
On Tuesday, Sept. 29, investigators executed a search warrant at the Spa where they said they located evidence consistent with prostitution activity.
Mu was taken into custody without incident, according to police. She was then issued a summons for prostitution and released pending her appearance at court on a later date.