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Women charged in prostitution case waive hearings

February 01, 2006|by DON AINES

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Four women charged last week with allegedly offering to perform sexual acts in exchange for money waived their preliminary hearings Tuesday in Franklin County Central Court, according to the District Attorney's Office.

Soon Deok Lee, 55, of Indianapolis, and Sun S. Park, 45, of Bowie, Md., were charged by Pennsylvania State Police with prostitution-related offenses, a third-degree misdemeanor, according to Assistant District Attorney Bret Palmer. Charged with the same offenses were Choi Hyun and We H. Hong, ages unavailable, both of whom police said had no fixed address.

The affidavits of probable cause stated that police went to the Evergreen Spa, 1404 Lincoln Way East, and the Apple Spa, 1228 Lincoln Way East, on Jan. 23 and 25. The affidavits stated the officers paid for massages from the women, who then offered to perform sexual acts in exchange for money.

The women were scheduled for mandatory arraignment in Franklin County Court at a later date.

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