An undercover sting led to a prostitution arrest Monday at a Forsyth County massage parlor.
Eun Kang, 44, was arrested at Healing Touch and charged with prostitution after an undercover deputy solicited sexual acts in exchange for cash, Forsyth sheriff’s Deputy Doug Rainwater said.
Kang was released from the Forsyth County Detention Center on a $3,300 bond.
Jeoung Gyu Shin, the owner of the massage parlor, is out of state but has agreed to meet with officials when he returns.
He faces violations in connection with failing to maintain employee and customer service records at the business and employing workers who do not have county permits.
Police also said the owner violated an ordinance requiring that employees be fully clothed, an ordinance banning the use of ordinary beds at massage parlors and one requiring that patrons use the front door.
Forsyth County Sheriff Ron Freeman is working with the county’s Board of Commissioners to create a legal process to revoke business licenses at establishments breaking the ordinances.
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