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An Exeter man will serve four months in federal prison for operating massage parlors that officials say offered sexual services in exchange for money in three New Hampshire communities. CONCORD — An Exeter man will serve four months in federal prison for operating massage parlors that officials say offered sexual services in exchange for money in three New Hampshire communities.
Ken Duc Ma, 60, of Exeter, was sentenced in U. District Court in Concord to four months in prison for promoting and managing an establishment for the purpose of prostitution, U. Scott Murray announced Tuesday. According to federal officials, the three businesses advertised massage services to clients, but also offered sexual services in exchange for money.
Beginning in March ofinvestigators conducted surveillance of the businesses and observed that they were frequented exclusively by male customers. On various occasions, after observing customers leave the businesses, investigators approached the customers asking about the services they received. According to federal officials, customers of each of the three businesses reported they had paid cash in exchange for sexual services.
Investigators located advertisements for each of the businesses posted on Back. Advertisements included references to sexual activity and had sexually explicit images depicting female workers wearing lingerie and in various states of undress.
All of the Back. On November 7,investigators executed search warrants at all three businesses and two residences owned by Ma. One of the residences, located in Haverhill, Mass. After obtaining a search warrant, officers seized approx. Ma ly pleaded guilty on January 3. His prison sentence will be followed by three years of supervised release.
I am grateful for the work of the multi-jurisdictional investigative team whose efforts brought this defendant to justice. Fitzhugh, Special Agent in Charge, U. He thanked New Hampshire state police along with the Exeter, Plaistow, Londonderry, and Salem police departments for their support in investigating the case. Gannon, Special Agent in Charge of the U. Sorryan error occurred.
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