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2 Arrested For Prostitution At Publicly Advertised Massage Parlor

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GLEN BURNIE, Md. (WJZ)—Anne Arundel County detectives arrested two women for prostitution at an advertised massage parlor.

Over the past three weeks, the Special Enforcement Section received complaints about possible prostitution activity occurring at 517 Glenbrook Road in Glen Burnie.

The investigation revealed the residence was being advertised publicly as a massage parlor but was a front for prostitution activity.

Last Thursday, members of the Special Enforcement Section with assistance from the Special Operations Section executed a search warrant.

Detectives conducted a thorough search of the home and seized evidence indicating prostitution activity.

Shunyu Jin, 48, and Wenming Chen, 48, were arrested and charged with prostitution.

The investigation is ongoing.

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