"A man also tipped police, saying his ex-girlfriend, the manager, was providing sexual services inside the parlor, court documents say"
Yes, that is true. Oh, not the part about her offering sexual services... the part about "court documents say". And it is also true that I requested and received the name and address of the man who made that report.
You see, in this country, a person has a right to face her accuser. I like that.
In one case, police used informants to make a case. They send their criminal friends into our massage parlor to offer us cash to break the law. Isn't that nice? Our local police, choosing to send known criminals into our private establishment, to be one on one with our girls in a private room, offering cash incentives to break the rules. Sometimes a lot of cash... go over to Wal-mart some day and offer a cashier $200 to secretly break the rules, and see what happens.
Cowards that they are, informants often hide their true names and identities by scribbling their "reports" and trying to make their names unreadable. But, as I have learned, if they don't properly identify themselves, their claims are not admissible. I can get them removed as evidence.
And the ones dumb enough to give up their real identities? I get to know who they are. The example above is not mine.. I got it from a report of a massage parlor arrest in Seattle Washington. But it is very similar to a case I know in Florida, and another I know of in New Jersey.
Let me just say that if you are married or were married at the time that you had a massage parlor girl as your girlfriend, but then she breaks it off and you can't stand the fact that she's still who she was when you were screwing her (a massage parlor worker), you would have to be a complete idiot to file a police complaint. Love is no excuse.