Raids on massage parlors net 13 arrests for human trafficking, prostitution
GEORGETOWN - A raid on a massage parlor led to the arrests of 13 people allegedly involved in prostitution and human trafficking in Texas.
Attorney General Ken Paxton's office, along with Georgetown Police Department, received a complaint about illegal activity at a massage parlor in Georgetown. The investigation turned up prostitution and organized criminal activity at a number of massage parlors and spas across the state.
Attorney General Paxton’s office assisted the Georgetown and Round Rock police departments in arresting Guiqui Li, Lizhen Song, Yuexia Sun, and Zhihua Cui on prostitution charges. In addition, Xiaolin Yang, Yingbo Xu, and Jianhong Li were charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution.
The Bell County Organized Crime Unit coordinated the execution of seven search warrants at massage parlors in Temple, Killeen and Harker Heights, resulting in six arrests: Yajuan Song and Yan Huang were charged with prostitution; Yuhan Zhang was charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution. Xiao Xin Zhang, Qian Xinghua and Axia Sun face massage therapy owner violations.