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Falls Police Shut Down Businesses Suspected of Promoting Prostitution

Falls Township Police shutdown two businesses suspected of promoting prostitution after executing search warrants Friday.

This morning Falls Township Police  Criminal Investigations Division personnel executed search warrants at New Superacucare, 322 North Oxford Valley Road, Fairless Hills, and West Trenton Day Spa, 332 West Trenton Avenue, Morrisville, pursuant to a multi-month investigation into prostitution, promoting prostitution and human trafficking.  During the search warrant executions a multitude of evidence was seized from each location a statement read fro police.

Additionally, numerous Code violations were discovered, including evidence the employees were living inside both businesses. As a result of the investigation and these violations, each business has been forced to close.

We would like to acknowledge the assistance of agents from the Department of Homeland Security and advocates from the Network of Victim Assistance in this investigation.

Anyone with information is directed to contact the lead investigator, Detective Stephen Reeves, at (215) 949-9100, ex. 430, or via email at s.reeves@fallstwppd.com.  You can also submit a tip here.

No arrests have been made as of Saturday morning.

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Falls Police Shut Down Businesses Suspected of Promoting Prostitution

Falls Township Police shutdown two businesses suspected of promoting prostitution after executing search warrants Friday.

This morning Falls Township Police  Criminal Investigations Division personnel executed search warrants at New Superacucare, 322 North Oxford Valley Road, Fairless Hills, and West Trenton Day Spa, 332 West Trenton Avenue, Morrisville, pursuant to a multi-month investigation into prostitution, promoting prostitution and human trafficking.  During the search warrant executions a multitude of evidence was seized from each location a statement read fro police.

Additionally, numerous Code violations were discovered, including evidence the employees were living inside both businesses. As a result of the investigation and these violations, each business has been forced to close.

We would like to acknowledge the assistance of agents from the Department of Homeland Security and advocates from the Network of Victim Assistance in this investigation.

Anyone with information is directed to contact the lead investigator, Detective Stephen Reeves, at (215) 949-9100, ex. 430, or via email at s.reeves@fallstwppd.com.  You can also submit a tip here.

No arrests have been made as of Saturday morning.

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