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“To me, it’s a quick bandage to make the community happy,” Zobel says.“And while I understand the thinking behind that, it’s not a long-term solution.” The changes come after the February 2 police raid and closure of Crystal Asian Massage on Main Street, which some residents worried was a front for prostitution or human trafficking.Westerville code enforcement officer Bryan Wagner says it is now closed due to property maintenance violations.“That search warrant execution resulted in two females being detained for questioning and interviewed by the Salvation Army and Asian American Services Department,” Wagner says.The manager of Crystal Asian Massage also operates Orchid Asian Spa, which planned to open on Otterbein Ave. Orchid Asian Spa was issued an eviction notice February 5 by its property owner, according to city officials.“Crystal Asian Massage and other businesses alleged to not be operating within the boundaries of all applicable laws and regulations are and have been on our radar," said Chandler in a press release.
The technicians earn less than licensed massage therapists while they gain experience and clientele in the massage industry.
A city ordinance will place new restrictions on people employed in the massage industry.
But Zobel didn't know that until she stumbled upon the news through a community Facebook page.
“The community was concerned that some of these advertisements were being located on websites that were associated with illegal activity.” On Postix, a website for classifieds, a February 4 ad associated with Crystal Asian Massage’s former address states: "We Have New Professional, beautiful oriental Technician with amazing Asian Service.” In a February 2 press conference, Lieutenant Charles Chandler would not specify what complaints led to the investigation, nor would he state the reason for the search warrant for Crystal Asian Massage.
“We wanted to make sure that the workers here were being treated with dignity and respect,” Chandler said.