Monday, October 24, 2011

AG's Office Raids Area Spas

BROCKTON--Two local women were arrested Saturday and charged with offering sexual activity and selling narcotics at three day spas in Brockton, Canton and Norwood.
According to a statement from Attorney General Martha Coakley's office, Terry Mussari, 45 of Stoughton, and Tiffany Burgess, 31, of Raynham were arrested during the raids that took place at Aria Day Spa, 1280 Belmont St., Brockton, Sparkle Day Spa, 95 Washington St., Canton MA and Spa Bellissimo, 1210 Boston-Providence Turnpike, Norwood.
Search warrants were executed by State Police assigned to the AG's office and members of the FBI in Boston who have been investigating allegations of prostitution and drug distribution from the three spas that are owned and operated by Mussari. (Pictured above)
According to the AG's statement, investigators developed evidence indicating that all three spas were allegedly offering sexual activity between masseuses employed by Mussari and their clients in exchange for cash that was characterized as "tips." In addition, authorities also allege employees of the spa were selling narcotics to customers as well as each other.
Following the execution of the search warrants authorities arrested Mussari and Burgess.
Mussari was charged with deriving support from prostitution and taken to the State Police Barracks in Middleboro.
Burgess (Pictured, right) was arrested on multiple outstanding arrest warrants and also taken to the Middleboro Barracks. Mussari is due to be arraigned on Monday, October 24 in Brockton District Court.
The investigation remains active and ongoing.
(Photos courtesy of AG's office)

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