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Men face charges of aggravated promotion of prostitution, police say
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Dallas police said they launched an investigation into a number of "illicit massage businesses" in operation on the block of Emerald Street, near Royal Lane and Interstate 35E, after receiving numerous tips there were illegal services being offered inside. During the investigation, police said detectives confirmed through multiple visits that prostitution was occurring inside and that all of the massage parlors were connected to a single group of owner-operators. Detectives also said observations of the businesses indicated people may have been trafficked into the businesses for the purpose of prostitution. On Wednesday, a task force made up of Dallas police and several other local, state and federal agencies, raided the operations on Emerald Street as well as two other locations -- one on the block of Whispering Cove in Lewisville and another on the block of Bois D'arc Street in Commerce. Police said any person working in the massage parlor found to be a victim of trafficking will be provided with support services and diversion opportunities.
By Sara Coello and Cassandra Jaramillo. Thursday: Revised to reflect new details from search warrants. All four were charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution. Khan and Eix deposited more than six million dollars into casinos since , but had never showed any "recorded work-related history," according to the records. Photographs included in the lawsuit show bare mattresses shoved together on the business's floors, with plastic containers full of clothes, makeup and personal items.