Cops: Marlton Massage Parlor Was A Front For Prostitution
By Steve Beck
MARLTON, N.J. (CBS) — Investigators say four people were arrested for their separate alleged roles in prostitution at a newly opened massage parlor in South Jersey.
The alleged illegal activity, police say, was happening at a parlor located at 105 Evesboro Medford Road Suite G in Martlon, New Jersey.
According to investigators, the Evesham Police Department began an investigation into alleged prostitution after receiving a report of suspicious activity at the massage parlor.
During this investigation, police say detectives located numerous online advertisements requiring potential clients to call prior to making any appointments.
Investigators say detectives conducted surveillance on the location and were quickly able to locate several individuals who obtained sexual favors in exchange for money.
Investigators say Olga Douguina, of New York, was allegedly using the business to promote prostitution.
The following were arrested and charged with prostitution related offenses:
Olga Douguina, age 46, of Staten Island, New York, was charged with 4th degree Promoting Prostitution and a disorderly persons offense for Engaging in Prostitution.
Larisa Paul, age 51, of Morris Plains, New Jersey, was charged with a disorderly persons offense for Engaging in Prostitution.
Stuart Diamond, age 48, of Salem, New Jersey, was charged with a disorderly persons offense for Engaging in Prostitution.
Thomas Wesley, age 27, of Willingboro, New Jersey, was charged with a disorderly persons offense for Engaging in Prostitution.
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