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SEARCH WARRANT DETAILS PROSTITUTION STING

The Greensboro Police Department’s Vice and Narcotics Unit raided an adult business last week and arrested David Dunston and Jessica Renea Robinson for maintaining a house of prostitution. Ambrosia Kierra Hughes was also arrested during the raid and charged with soliciting prostitution. Dunston, a registered sex offender, listed the location as his address.

The lead Detective in the case was C.B Parker. According to a search warrant, C.B. Parker has been a police officer for more than 10 years and has been involved in numerous massage parlor and prostitution cases where arrests have been made.

Parker reports in the search warrant that the GPD became aware of this establishment on September 5, 2014 after Parker found an ad posted on the internet for various services that included massages. In the warrant, Parker also mentions he noticed another ad for massage services on December 21, 2014.

Parker reports in the warrant that an undercover operation was launched due to a “complaint” being made in April 2015 YES! Weekly reported on March 20 that J&D Enterprises at 317 Westgate Drive Suite G was operating a massage parlor without a massage business license and operating a strip club while selling alcohol without any type of license or permit. They were completely off the books until YES! Weekly reported the story.

That prompted the business license office to visit the location and give them a brief description of what was allowed at the location. According to city documentation, the owners then went down to the privilege license office and applied for a license to operate a recording studio and an aroma therapy lounge. The owners reported that the aroma therapy would include oils being put on a person’s body but no one was going to be touched.

After their visit to the city’s business license officer, Jessica Renea Robinson got on Facebook and posted a picture of her holding what appears to be her business license. She wrote on the post, “Got it…Still Operating…Go tell that…Motivation for my new business and upcoming business that’s about to generate HUGE profits… is about to come up..When u plot I already told y’all Jess come up harder..Keep hating please do us a favor it benefits me…” The location never stopped operating their massage business or strip club despite being warned by the city and continued to post on backpage and Facebook offering the adult services.

On April 14, Officer Parker went to the location in an undercover capacity and used $120 of taxpayers money to get a “body to body” massage from a girl called “Brazil.” Brazil grinded her oiled body against Parker’s body while wearing nothing but bikini bottoms. This continued until Parker says Brazil offered to do acts of prostitution in exchange for money.

The warrant states that police also sent another officer to get a massage at the location the next day. Vice and Narcotics Officer S.W. Hollers set himself up for a 30 minute massage for $65 on April 15.

DOWNTOWN FIGHT CAUGHT ON VIDEO

Winston-Salem police arrested three men involved in a fight downtown early Sunday, and are asking the public to help identify others via a YouTube video depicting the violent incident.

Downtown Bike Patrol officers responded to a loud disturbance near West Fourth Street and North Cherry Street just after 2 a.m. on Sunday. Officers arrived to find Michael Huffman, 22, or Trinity “cursing and yelling in the street.” Police arrested Huffman for disorderly conduct when he continued to make a disturbance after police arrive.

Police discovered a video of the incident on Sunday, which helped them identify Seth Morgan, 23, of Thomasville and Bryan McGee, 20, of Advance, who were involved in the fight. Both were charged with disorderly conduct and simple affray, which is the legal word for fighting in public.

Police announced on Monday that they discovered the video above posted on YouTube.

WSPD is looking for the public’s help in identifying three men shown in the video. Police described them as:

1- White Male wearing dark colored pants, horizontal stripped tank top and black baseball cap 2- Black Male wearing white pants and white shirt with thin black strips 3- White Male wearing blue jeans and a royal blue shirt with darker sleeves and tan baseball backwards Anyone with information about the reported incident is asked to contact the Winston-Salem Police Department at 336-773-7700 or CrimeStoppers at 336-727-2800. !

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