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Undercover Spa Investigation Results in 3 Arrests


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE #23-10 Issued on: 06/09/23

Undercover Spa Investigation Results in 3 Arrests

On June 8, 2023, The Town of New Windsor Police Department, in conjunction with investigators from the New York State Police, conducted an undercover investigation into prostitution and unlicensed / illegal massages being conducted at several locations in the Town of New Windsor. This investigation resulted in the arrest of three (3) persons, all charged with one (1) count of Unauthorized Practice of a Profession, under the NYS Education Law – Section 6512 (E-Felony) and one (1) count of Prostitution – Penal Law 230.00 (B-Misdemeanor).

None of the defendants held professional licenses, as required by law, to practice the acts, each performed on the undercover officers and each also solicited the officer for sexual acts.

This investigation was initiated, after the New Windsor Police Department received several complaints from residents and local businesses of suspicious activity occurring at these locations.

The following persons were arrested at the following businesses:

A & A Spa – 357 Windsor Hwy, New Windsor:
Jung Sook Kim, 62, of Jackson, NJ

Sun & Moon Spa – 357 Old Forge Hill Road, New Windsor:
Enshu Kim, 49, of Flushing, NY

The Massage Spa – 3141 Rt. 9W, New Windsor:
Heni Zhou, 41, of New Hyde Park, NY

All three (3) were released on appearance tickets and are scheduled to appear on July 11, 2023 at 4:00 p.m. in the Town of New Windsor Justice Court.

Police Chief Dan Valeri stated, “I anticipate additional undercover operations and inspections of these types of massage parlors in the future. Let this be a warning to those who operate these types of illicit businesses and to those individuals who visit them. We will not tolerate this type of activity in this town.”

Supervisor George Meyers added, “If this activity doesn’t cease, we will be monitoring the license plates of those that patronize these businesses.”

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