Saturday 08, September 2012
Trio charged over Walkden brothel
POLICE have charged three women on suspicion of running
a brothel in Walkden, reports Andrew Bailey.
The alleged massage parlour operating under the name Louisa’s Health Club, on Louisa Street, was twice raided by officers and Salford Council.
The first visit took place on Saturday July 7 followed by another just six days later on Friday July 13.
An employee at a local business, who wished to remain anonymous, confirmed the raids: “It got raided by police about three months ago. Workmen are now converting the property into offices.”
Three women were arrested on the premises and have all been charged with management of a brothel.
Jane Young, 46, from Lawton Moor Road, Manchester, Deborah Daniels, 50, from St Hilda’s Road, Manchester and Catherine McGarr, 35, from Openshaw will appear at Salford Magistrates’ Court on Thursday September 20.
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