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'Massage parlor' front for prostitution, police say

Anne Arundel County police busted up a Glen Burnie massage parlor they said was a front for prostitution activity.

After receiving complaints about possible prostitution at a home business publicly advertised as a massage parlor in the 500 block of Glenbrook Road, Anne Arundel County police vice detectives investigated. Using a search warrant, they entered the home on Thursday and found two women inside. Detectives searched the building and discovered "evidence indicating prostitution activity," police said in a statement.

Police arrested two suspects — Shunyu Jin, 48, and Wenming Chen, 48, — and charged both with prostitution and assignation, a charge associated with making appointments or arrangements for prostitution.

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