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On Wednesday, agents with the Ohio Investigative Unit and the United States Secret Service Northern District of Ohio Task Force arrested several people and served search warrants on more than a dozen locations, including 13 massage parlors. The Cuyahyoga County Grand Jury indicted six people for promoting prostitution: Authorities believe the defendants promoted and helped to orchestrate illegal sexual acts inside the massage parlors.
Greg Croft, the agent in charge of the Cleveland office of the Ohio Investigative Unit, said the investigation is far from over. Croft said Thursday that the promoting prostitution charges the seven defendants face may not be the only charges. On Thursday, agents were conducting interviews and examining the potential evidence that was seized.
It is unclear who the mastermind of the operation is. However, court and city permitting records suggest that Jia Yue Dong — who also goes by Tony — has been involved numerous massage parlors in several Northeast Ohio suburbs that drew the consternation of local officials. Dong withdrew his application to avoid having it denied, which may have prevented him from securing local business licenses and permits from area cities.
In , Dong was found guilty of operating a massage parlor without a permit in North Olmsted. The following year, the city filed a temporary restraining order against Dong in order to prevent him from opening and operating another massage parlor in the city. Dong was also listed as a third party in a tenant-landlord dispute. Secret Service agents raided on Wednesday. At the time, Dong purported to be the manager of the massage parlor. He denied that the parlor was engaged in any wrongdoing.
Would you like to receive local news notifications on your desktop? Yes please Not now. News Local News Cuyahoga County. Actions Facebook Tweet Email. Records reveal 'corporate shell game' behind illicit 'massage parlors'. City and court records provide a glimpse into the people who allegedly opened, managed and tried to license several massage parlors in several cities across Northeast Ohio that were used for illicit sex.