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Spa busted for prostitution

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BLOOMING GROVE, PA— State police’s investigation of Amystika Spa in Pike County has resulted in 10 people getting charged with prostitution or patronizing prostitution. Police said that spa owner Lori Possinger and manager Patrice Clinton engaged in sexual activity at the spa. 

Possinger and Clinton both attempted to cover up the spa’s illicit activity by deactivating its Twitter account and removing physical evidence from the building. Both have been charged with promoting prostitution, conspiracy and tampering with evidence. 

After an undercover search of the spa, police identified multiple men who have been charged with patronizing prostitution: Glenn Khoury, Jason Edson, John Bowker, Randy Maiella, Andrew Ford and Justin Alunni. 

Police said that two female employees also engaged in sexual activity while working at the spa. 

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billjoy

Seems to me the state and local police could put those resources to better use combating the drugs problems. Lots of losses there. Prostitution is a victim-less crime. Just sayin.

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