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I saw FBI and some guy with camera go in beyond spa today .... anybody know what happened

zappit

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If someone makes a complaint about a place le acts on it.
It takes awhile after the complaint.
 

MongerTooMuch

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North Brunswick isn't a Spa friendly 'Burb guys, 7 currently in business not including Beyond and 6 "Closed" on Rmaps. Don't know if it was "Karens" or the neighboring Businesses but it's a damn shame. Beyond seemed to have a lot of potential. Let's hope this doesn't spread to adjacent neighborhoods. After all election season is fast approaching. o_O
I worked in North B for many years and knew the scene well. You are absolutely correct that it isn't a friendly town at some times. They leave a few alone if they are secluded and not bothering anyone but also known for making a scene and doing massive raids all at once especially on and around the Georges Road area, Rt 130, and 27 when they want to make a point. But these places continue to recycle in the township, saw a new one just opened on 27 in a medical plaza so go figure. Election season always creates an issue as it approaches, I laugh when this topic comes up because a few people have to argue and insist that doesn't correlate, of course it does !
 

kerberos37

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Just curious.

From a legal standpoint, when LE enters the building, seeing a few ppl on the sofa, what types of offenses are police able to cite?
I mean they have a license to operate.
 

verylargesize

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Just curious.

From a legal standpoint, when LE enters the building, seeing a few ppl on the sofa, what types of offenses are police able to cite?
I mean they have a license to operate.
Legally nothing can happen to customers unless caught in the act or on video of giving money for “said” sex acts. That’s all, nothing else. The only offense would need to be explicit sale of sexual acts. Even naked, nothing can happen since you aren’t engaging in money exchange. Hence LE needs explicit money exchanging hands for sexual favors and also must be “talked about”. There’s no law broken for in a session that gets hot because of “attraction”.
 

xxxooz

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Just curious.

From a legal standpoint, when LE enters the building, seeing a few ppl on the sofa, what types of offenses are police able to cite?
I mean they have a license to operate.
it’s usually a combination of Fire, Code or Health Officials that bring down the Stores. Fire Marshals can walk in and inspect with no notice and they usually can find something to report to the Building code officials who then come out and report to the Health Department or LE that the workers are sleeping there etc. and citations are issued and the Store is shuttered.. easy peasy and no Warants are needed and no court time is wasted on nuisance cases that are usually lost if they come to trial.
 

kerberos37

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it’s usually a combination of Fire, Code or Health Officials that bring down the Stores. Fire Marshals can walk in and inspect with no notice and they usually can find something to report to the Building code officials who then come out and report to the Health Department or LE that the workers are sleeping there etc. and citations are issued and the Store is shuttered.. easy peasy and no Warants are needed and no court time is wasted on nuisance cases that are usually lost if they come to trial.
So they can easily shut down a bodega in the same way, if they like ?
 

BillyBlueEye2

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So they can easily shut down a bodega in the same way, if they like ?
Yes they can close any place if they are in some kind of health or safety violation, last year there were about 10 spas in Edison raided in one day and it was all about not being licensed and then they go from there tacking on additional violations. Its a bigger feather in the cap when the town is combatting 'Human Trafficking' rather than a bodega using stale condiments, its a cheap election time stunt that no one will dispute.
 

Johnnylovesmassages

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it’s usually a combination of Fire, Code or Health Officials that bring down the Stores. Fire Marshals can walk in and inspect with no notice and they usually can find something to report to the Building code officials who then come out and report to the Health Department or LE that the workers are sleeping there etc. and citations are issued and the Store is shuttered.. easy peasy and no Warants are needed and no court time is wasted on nuisance cases that are usually lost if they come to trial.
they can probably shut down most places easily. They just need to watch what doesn't happen in the hour after a places closes down for the night and the lights go off, or watch the place first thing in the morning an hour before they open. How did those lights go on if nobody goes in.....
 
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