Scott Nix, Chief of Police
415 Boston Post Road
Sudbury, MA 01776
For Immediate Release
Friday, Feb. 5, 2016
Contact: John Guilfoil
Email: [email protected]
Sudbury Police Arrest Massage Parlor Employee for Offering Sexual Conduct for a Fee
SUDBURY — Chief Scott Nix reports that the Sudbury Police Department yesterday arrested a massage parlor employee for offering sexual conduct for a fee after an investigation into reports of inappropriate sexual behavior occurring at the business.
After receiving a number of complaints of noises and other activity at the Olive Spa, located on Boston Post Road, Sudbury Police placed the property under surveillance, which appeared to corroborate the possibility that illegal activity was occurring at the business.
On Thursday, Feb. 4, an undercover Sudbury Police officer arrived at the Olive Spa having made an appointment for a massage the previous day. During the massage, the employee offered to commit a sexual act for additional compensation.
As a result, JU XIANG WANG, AGE 55, OF FLUSHING, N.Y., was arrested for Offering Sexual Conduct for a Fee.
WANG was transported to the Sudbury Police Station for booking and was later released on personal recognizance pending arraignment at Framingham District Court.
The Sudbury Police Department has notified the appropriate regulatory agencies to assist in this investigation, and additional sanctions may follow against the business.
These are allegations. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty.