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Dallas police and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement officials raided 12 massage parlors and bathhouses Friday, arresting at least 44 people.

"We're looking at massage parlors and bathhouses to determine what kind of criminal activity might be going on," Dallas police Chief David Kunkle said. "We're looking at issues of prostitution, money laundering and human trafficking."

Police say the majority of those arrested came from eight businesses in northwest Dallas. Six are in the 11400 block of Emerald Street near Interstate 35E and Royal Lane – the Tokyo Spa, Ginja Spa, Jackpot Spa, Pretty Women Spa, Ace Palace and Venetian Spa.

Also raided were the Ruby Spa in the 2600 block of Walnut Hill Lane and the Palm Tree in the 2000 block of West Northwest Highway.

Dallas police Lt. Jan Easterling declined to identify the remaining four businesses, citing ongoing investigations.

She said the investigations started in December 2004 from prostitution investigations at the businesses. Those detained Friday were being interviewed by immigration officials to determine whether any administrative charges can be filed for being in the country illegally.

In addition to the arrests, two automated teller machines, safes, computers and about $310,000 in cash were seized.
 

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Libertarian Party.

Anyone else think that this is a complete waste of law enforcement resources? I mean, what direct harm to society does prostitution inflict?
 

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Direct harm might be spread of STDs, then again nailing sluts from nightclubs is no different yet legal and I dare say that chances are higher since a good pimp would blood check his/her girls regularly.
 
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