Bossier massage parlor employees charged with sexual crimes - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Bossier massage parlor employees charged with sexual crimes

Yan He Wang, 28; and Qing Shao, 53 of Bossier City were arrested Thursday and charged with sexual crimes. Yan He Wang, 28; and Qing Shao, 53 of Bossier City were arrested Thursday and charged with sexual crimes.

Two employees at a Bossier City business were arrested Thursday, linked to illegal sexual activity.

Yan He Wang, 28 and Qing Shao, 53 were brought in by police after an investigation into the Asian Massage parlor, where the two are employed.

Police had been tipped off to alleged prostitution activity at the parlor, which is located in the 1300 block of Airline Drive.

Agents also seized about $12,000 in cash from the suspects' residence in the 1300 block of Shamrock Street in Bossier City.

Wang, who also allegedly operates a massage parlor in Lake Charles, was charged with pandering. Shao was charged with prostitution by massage and pandering, police said.

These two arrests were made in conjunction with a similar investigation by law enforcement in Lake Charles.

Wang and Shao were booked into the Bossier City Jail. Wang's is being held on $25,000 bond and Shao's was set at $60,000.

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