MARYSVILLE, Calif. - A masseuse was arrested on Tuesday for soliciting prostitution at a massage parlor in Marysville.
At around 11:40 a.m. on Tuesday, an undercover police officer went to the Marysville spa located on 406 E Street, after the department received complaints of illegal activity.
While receiving a message, the undercover officer was propositioned for a sex act in exchange for a set amount of money.
Soon after, detectives with the Marysville Police Department placed the masseuse under arrest.
Li Hongfeng, 58, of Marysville, was booked into the Yuba County Jail on charges of soliciting prostitution along with practicing massage without a City of Marysville License.
The owner of the Marysville spa, Gu Xiangzia, was issued a citation for various city municipal code violations. The department did not specify the certain code violations but said they were for certain conditions that have to be met to operate within the city.
The investigation is ongoing.
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