Jim Riccioli Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Published 5:02 PM EST Mar 5, 2019 A massage parlor opens for business with state licenses in hand and customers begin streaming in, until it becomes apparent something is not quite right inside. At some point, one or more customers tell police — as has happened in New Berlin, Waukesha, West Allis, Greenfield, Franklin and elsewhere in recent years — that they’ve been enticed by a masseuse who offered sexual acts in exchange for cash beyond the routine cost of the massage. Through various means, an investigation ensues, and eventually criminal charges are brought against the owner and/or employees of the establishment, and the business is shut down. The time span between the beginning of the investigation and criminal charges? In a recent case involving a New Berlin massage business, more than two years. It’s an investigative timeline that some feel is simply too long to effectively shut down an illicit business, brought on by bureaucratic requirements tied to state licensing. Wisconsin State Rep. Joe Sanfelippo (R-New Berlin) is among those who would like that to change. “Massage parlor’s therapists are all state-licensed and so there is some uncertainty as to just what a local municipality can do to take action when they… Read full this story
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