Dayton Lawrence 'massage' parlor..SUSPICIOUS

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Sojourner Truth

United States

#1 Apr 9, 2012
There is a 'massage' parlor called Dayton Lawrence on 8648 S. Roberts road that claims to be open until 10 but I have seen peple leaving that salon at ALL hours of the night. A guy high on drugs drove his car into a pole!

The police claim they are aware of something 'fishy' but tell me to call if I see anything. How can we get this place closed for good? Does anybody want to help with this?

Since: Aug 10

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#2 Apr 9, 2012
Me likes happy ending?
squid

Bowie, MD

#3 Apr 9, 2012
Sojourner Truth wrote:
There is a 'massage' parlor called Dayton Lawrence on 8648 S. Roberts road that claims to be open until 10 but I have seen peple leaving that salon at ALL hours of the night. A guy high on drugs drove his car into a pole!

The police claim they are aware of something 'fishy' but tell me to call if I see anything. How can we get this place closed for good? Does anybody want to help with this?
The fire department is right there on 86th and roberts road. Maybe they can help.
Sojourner Truth

United States

#4 Apr 9, 2012
The fire department is right there on 86th and roberts road. Maybe they can help.
Excellent idea, and while I love and admire firefighters, they may be turning a blind eye. I can't imagine they have not seen what is going on..
its a ghetto

United States

#5 Apr 9, 2012
That's the kind of businesses this new administration is attracting.GO COALITION AND VVP!!!!
Sojourner Truth

United States

#6 Apr 10, 2012
NOt to worry. There will be thorough investigation soon and they will be history!
Dayton Lawerance

Brookfield, IL

#7 Nov 29, 2012
Dayton Lawerence Massage is not a shady business! we are open to 10 pm and we open at 8 am , and most massage therapy appointments are by appointments. if this wackjob ever took time to walkin my place of business they would see it is a professional and clean environment. I have been in this location for moree then 8 years and the mayor, and some of the trustees and even the police oficers have been in my place of business.the man who crashed his car into the building, had a seizure and had nothing to do with drugs , nor does my business have anything to do with drugs, i run a clean and professional enviorment and will continue to do so....
Tommy

Bridgeview, IL

#8 Aug 3, 2014
What is your problem? The owner is A Blind Guy! He would rather work and earn his keep, than wait for a check, like so many able bodied people. Glad you have so much free time on your hands. I have been going to Larry for years, and he is so much better than others. Stay in Chicago, busybody.

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