Tuesday 25, September 2012
Bail for Walkden ‘brothel’ trio
THREE women suspected of running a Walkden brothel have been remanded on unconditional bail by Salford Magistrates, Andrew Bailey reports.
The women were arrested and charged following two separate raids by police and Salford Council in mid-July at Louisa’s Health Club, on Louisa Street, Walkden.
Jane Young, 46, from Lawton Moor Road, Manchester, has been charged with five offences – two relating to keeping a brothel. The other charges relate to the possession of one Class B drug and two Class C drugs.
Deborah Daniels, 50, from St Hilda’s Road, Manchester, and Catherine McGarr, 35, from Openshaw, also face charges of keeping a brothel.
All three women are due to appear at Salford Magistrates’ court again on Thursday November 15.
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