2 women arrested in Redondo Beach mas...

2 women arrested in Redondo Beach massage parlor sting

There are 153 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Oct 18, 2010, titled 2 women arrested in Redondo Beach massage parlor sting. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

Undercover police officers posing as massage parlor customers arrested two women on suspicion of prostitution during a sting in Redondo Beach, police said Monday.

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Since: May 10

Long Beach, CA

#1 Oct 18, 2010
leave the hoes alone. victimless crime. the only damage is to some hausfrau's pride. lose the gut and hubby wouldn't be looking for some strange...lol
Gert

Anaheim, CA

#3 Oct 18, 2010
daily breeze disables comments about stories of jews and hamas but this is fair game?

daily breeze has a disgusting record for online free speech. db either disables or deletes comments.

the only reason this transaction is so called illegal is because state and feds do not get taxes, period.
Patriot

Anaheim, CA

#4 Oct 18, 2010
cops=revenue

period.

and the laughable public thinks they work for them lol. their motto is cops vs. civilians.

period.
Kelly M Bray

Long Beach, CA

#5 Oct 18, 2010
Gert, they usually disable comments about Jews and other minorities because it usually brings out the worst trolls who have nothing constructive or intelligent to offer. Like you.
Gert wrote:
daily breeze disables comments about stories of jews and hamas but this is fair game?
daily breeze has a disgusting record for online free speech. db either disables or deletes comments.
the only reason this transaction is so called illegal is because state and feds do not get taxes, period.
bjv

Osseo, WI

#6 Oct 18, 2010
Patriot wrote:
cops=revenue
period.
and the laughable public thinks they work for them lol. their motto is cops vs. civilians.
period.
Huh?
Bummer

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Oct 18, 2010
If we're legalizing weed, certainly sex acts can't be far away.
Bummer

Los Angeles, CA

#8 Oct 18, 2010
We want em!
Jack

Tustin, CA

#9 Oct 18, 2010
Leave the girls alone! They are providing a necessary service. If someone wants to be relieved then it is between him and her. It just makes no sense why this country out laws prostitution. Other countries have no problem with it.
yawn

Fullerton, CA

#12 Oct 18, 2010
No more "happy endings" in Redondo Beach!
monkeysurfer

Whittier, CA

#13 Oct 18, 2010
Boycott Redondo beach I wont be spending my money here anymore. They use condoms and are clean so whats the big deal.Better then those smelly hoes in the Redondo bars.
SB Rez

Redondo Beach, CA

#15 Oct 18, 2010
How come nobody told me about this?!!
More

Glendale, CA

#16 Oct 18, 2010
Patriot wrote:
cops=revenue
period.
and the laughable public thinks they work for them lol. their motto is cops vs. civilians.
period.
How does this equal revenue for the cops? I know you don't have an answer, just an excuse to get that chip on your shoulder a work out and same something negative about law enforcement. Very impressive. FYI, whether the enforcement involves a sting like this or traffic tickets, none of it is "revenue for the cops." Very little money if any is generated from these and the money that is, will vastly go to the state, not the local jutisdiction. It's simply enforcing the laws of the land, nothing more.
As an officer, I don't disagree that it is somewhat of a victimless crime. However, the problem is that this one crime usually brings others in who commit others crimes and the cycle continues. Plus, these types of stings are usually brought on by citizen complaints in the area. Departments must act on such complaints and investigate.
Always amazed at how any law enforcement related story bring out nothing but negative comments. I always see the same ignorant people posting the same negative comments, and those same people wonder why their encounters with officers in the field are not positive. Sorry, act like an arsehole, get treated like one.
Dennis

Pacific Palisades, CA

#20 Oct 19, 2010
Prostitution will be legalized to increase California's revenue in 2012.
The Enforcer

Orange, CA

#21 Oct 19, 2010
No harm, no foul. What's the problem? If these cops have so much time on their hands why don't they run some license plate numbers in their data base and find out who is running from the law or is driving out car insurance? They are just running up their crime statistic numbers to make their annual numbers look good.
Wow

Mission Viejo, CA

#22 Oct 19, 2010
Why? These are just hard working Latinas!
Why

Los Angeles, CA

#23 Oct 19, 2010
Gert wrote:
daily breeze disables comments about stories of jews and hamas but this is fair game?
daily breeze has a disgusting record for online free speech. db either disables or deletes comments.
the only reason this transaction is so called illegal is because state and feds do not get taxes, period.
If you don't like it then read the LA Times or Press Telegram.
Michelle H

Hawthorne, CA

#24 Oct 19, 2010
massage parlor reviews wrote:
we really need to stop wasting resources on massage parlors and start busting drug dealers and gang members instead!
http://www .*******.info
Folks, do not go to that website! It contains child pornography - I have already contacted the FBI cybercrimes division to report this. How awful - hopefully they will track down the poster on these boards who putting up this disgusting filth. Don't make yourself a suspect by clicking on it.

Where are the moderators here?????

Since: Mar 10

United States

#25 Oct 19, 2010
Just what adults do. Did anyone get hurt? This is no difference from a pick up joint?
Carmen

Pasadena, CA

#26 Oct 19, 2010
Wow wrote:
Why? These are just hard working Latinas!
Thank you! And we are providing a valuable service.
keep em east of western

Redondo Beach, CA

#27 Oct 19, 2010
This is a complete waste of taxpayer money. Knock it off RPD, the majority of citizens don't wan't this enforcement!

Look at it this way. Police officers from RPD are spending time going into massage parlors, getting masssages, then hinting at more erotic services, which the women participate in ... For a misdemeanor arrest which has no impact on the community other than draining police resources.

Yet, there continue to be "problem dwellings/ meth people" in North Redondo, which lower property values and cause all sorts of disturbances to the community.
Let's get our priorities straight!

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