It's not safe here because they let any and everybody rent a room. It's noisy and there's illegal activities. It's not worth the price because there's no refrigerator, nor is there a microwave. Checked in for just a short overnight stay as a half-way stop on my roadtrip. The room was very sterile, the hotel exterior grounds was very run down, and police were all over the place parked in the parking lot as if keeping an eye on occupants entering and leaving. Had I not been so exhausted from my long drive, I wouldn't have even bothered.
Massage Parlors In North Dallas Investigated For Prostitution
Massage Parlors In North Dallas Investigated For Prostitution | Dallas, TX Patch
DALLAS, TX -- The Dallas Police Department in partnership with other law enforcement agencies executed multiple search warrants at businesses around the area suspected of human sex trafficking and prostitution. The warrants and arrests were made following an investigation that began last fall. DPD had received tips regarding a number of illicit massage businesses which "are often a hub of human sex trafficking and prostitution and a top priority for the Dallas Police Department's Vice Unit," the department said in the release. Detectives also detained multiple individuals who were inside the businesses at the time.
Penalties for Prostitution in Plano, TX
There are a number of criminal penalties tied to prostitution, and being charged with this type of crime can not only result in a criminal conviction, but it can also affect a person's reputation, career, and personal relationships. The Texas Penal Code defines prostitution and other acts of public indecency. In addition, a person who offers to pay or agrees to pay a person for the purpose of engaging in sexual acts may be charged with prostitution. The offense is a Class B misdemeanor unless the offender has been convicted of a prior crime involving prostitution. Prostitution becomes a Class A misdemeanor if the person has been previously convicted once or twice, and it escalates to a state jail felony if the offender has been convicted three times or more.
By LaVendrick Smith. A Plano couple has been indicted on federal charges alleging that they operated a sex trafficking operation in Collin and Dallas counties. An investigation revealed the couple had similar operations at a home in Plano and a spa in Garland, according to federal prosecutors. Officials said women traveled from other cities, states and countries after the couple promised them masseuse jobs.