From an ABC 7 News report, comes this close to home report. Presumably this was at the Hyatt House hotel on Herndon Parkway, and not the one on Old Ox Road outside of Herndon, although the story is not clear.
Authorities say members of the violent street gang the Bloods were selling four 17-year-old girls for sex inside an extended stay hotel in Herndon.
According to a search warrant, an undercover Fairfax police officer responded to a Backpage.com escort ad in Dec. and agreed to pay $250 for sexual services from two girls. Once he arrived at the Hyatt House hotel, the undercover officer found four girls inside a two-bedroom suite.
As two of the girls allegedly stripped to their underwear and began searching for a condom, investigators charged into the room and arrested all four teens. Police say one of them had $1,500 stuffed in her underwear, and another admitted to servicing four men at the hotel right before the bust.
The Herndon Patch has a story about the arrest of Thanh-Hang Pham on April 16. She was charged with prostitution and pandering in connection with a massage parlor belonging to her at 720 Grant Street in Herndon.
A joint operation was conducted by the Herndon and Vienna police departments on April 16, during which Herndon police executed a search warrant at the Sweetpie Spa, at 720 Grant St. Suite F in Herndon. Pham was held at the Fairfax County jail on a $5,000 bond.
Two women were arrested for prostitution in the 2200 block of Centreville Road around 11:18 p.m. on Saturday, July 2. Tiffany M. Hines, 21, of Oakland, CA, and Teia S. Hill, 20, of Rancho Cordova, CA, were taken to jail and each charged with prostitution.
Fairfax County Police arrested three women for prostitution at Far East Therapy, a reputed massage parlor on Lee Jackson Highway south of Dulles Airport. From police logs:
Police arrested three women involved
with prostitution at Far East Therapy, 4229 LaFayette Center Drive #1775, on Saturday, April
16. Officers entered the business around 11:35 a.m. to determine if the employees were
appropriately licensed to provide massage therapy services. Shortly after they entered, three
women fled the store. They were apprehended and an investigation led to their arrests. Kwi I.
Santellan, 56, of Woodbridge, VA, was charged with two counts of allowing an unlicensed
person to provide massage services; Son M. Clemmons, 43, of Flushing, NY, was charged with
offering or administering a massage for compensation without a permit; and Myong S, Yearby,
45, of College Point, NY, was charged with prostitution.