Delaware State Police arrested three women as part of an investigation into prostitution occurring at massage parlors in the Lewes and Rehoboth Beach, Del. areas.
The State Police Sussex County Drug Unit, along with the Sussex County Governor's Task Force, and Homeland Security Investigations, began an investigation in October into the Accupressure Massage in the 17000 block of Coastal Highway, Lewes and the Rainbow New Spa, in the 37000 block of Rehoboth Avenue Extended, after receiving information that the employees of these massage parlors were promising customers sexual favors for money.
On Friday, investigators, with the assistance of the Department of Professional Regulations, executed search warrants at the Accupressure Massage and the Rainbow New Spa. During the searches of the massage parlors, investigators were able to gather evidence linking three employees to prostitution. Hui Wu, 54, Silver Spring, Md. and Hsiu Jung Yu, Rehoboth Beach, 57, who are both employees of the Rainbow New Spa, and Feng Ying Liu, 52, Lewes, an employee of the Accupressure Massage, were all arrested and charged with prostitution-related crimes and not having a license to perform massage. Yu also faces a prescription drug charge.
Wu was released on $600 bail. Yu was held on $11,700 secured bail. Liu was jailed on $5,600 secured bail.
In Cecil County, State Police have been investigating a massage parlor near Elkton regarding prostitution.