Several more massage parlors ordered to close during prostitution sting

A photo provided Tuesday, April 24, 2018, by the Kern County Department of Public Health shows a massage parlor that was ordered to close in Bakersfield, Calif., following an undercover operation to curb prostitution and human trafficking.

Several more massage businesses in Kern County have been closed after a sting to curb prostitution and human trafficking.

The undercover operation was conducted Monday, Kern County Public Health Services said.

Public Health Services, in partnership with the Kern County Sheriff’s Office, has conducted four recent undercover operations at 10 massage parlors.

The businesses ordered to close this time were:

  • Oriental Foot and Body Massage on Olive Drive
  • Never Say Goodbye Massage on Olive Drive
  • Forest Garden Massage on Rosedale Highway

Three women were cited for alleged prostitution activity. The women were identified as 59-year-old Ying Zhan from Monterey Park, 60-year-old Guiying Cao from Bakersfield, and 54-year-old Jing Yu from San Gabriel.

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