Bossier massage parlor busted for prostitution
Agents seize $12,000 in cash.
An investigation by the Bossier City Police Department's Vice Unit into illegal sexual activity at a local massage parlor has resulted in two arrests.
Bossier City Police Spokesperson Mark Natale says vice agents arrested Yan He Wang, 28, on a charge of pandering and Qing Shao, 53, on charges of prostitution by massage and pandering following an invetigation that focused on the Asian Massage Parlor in the 1300 block of Airline Drive.
The investigation was the result of information received by the Bossier City Police Department of alleged prostitution activity occurring at that location. Agents seized approximately $12,000 in cash money from the suspects' residence, said Natale.
Wing and Shao were arrested when police executed a search and arrest warrants at the suspects' residence in the 1300 block of Shamrock Street in Bossier City and at the massage parlor which both suspect's operated.
The arrests were made in conjunction with a similar investigation conducted by authorities in Lake Charles, Louisiana surrounding a massage parlor allegedly operated there by Wang.
Wang and Shao were both booked into the Bossier City Jail. Wang's bond is set at $25,000 while Shao's bond is set at $60,000.
Natale said the Asian Massage is not affiliated with the Asia Massage on Line Avenue in Shreveport.