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New York man indicted for allegedly operating a brothel in Paramus

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New York man indicted for allegedly operating a brothel in Paramus

DECEMBER 19, 2014, 5:46 PM    LAST UPDATED: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2014, 6:32 PM
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A New York man was indicted this week for allegedly operating a brothel in a residential neighborhood in Paramus.

A grand jury in Hackensack charged Mei Zhi Zheng, 37, of Nanuet, N.Y., with promoting prostitution and transporting or possessing more than $2,000 believed to be derived from criminal activity.

The indictment said he promoted the prostitution of Feng Q. Liu by owning, controlling, managing, supervising or otherwise keeping a house of prostitution at 12 North Farview Ave.

Increased evening traffic to the home by men ranging in age from 20 to 50 prompted neighbors to alert police to the unusual activity. Police began surveillance at the small, pale blue house in August. Several weeks later, local and county detectives visited the brothel posing as johns and were allegedly offered sexual acts at the rate of $160 an hour.

https://www.northjersey.com/news/new-york-man-indicted-for-allegedly-operating-a-brothel-in-paramus-1.1172854

11 thoughts on “New York man indicted for allegedly operating a brothel in Paramus

  1. Just when I was going to eat Chinese tonite!

  2. nice, I like it.

  3. This really isn’t news. Open up the classifieds in The Record and you will find large numbers of such operations operating in the Paramus area.

  4. Young Tom Cruise! Well, HIS career skyrocketed after that movie.

  5. This could never happen in Ridgewood! Actually, maybe it could.


  6. Anonymous:

    This could never happen in Ridgewood! Actually, maybe it could.

    It did. About a year ago. Maple Ave near Ho-Ho-Kus.

  7. This guy was doing a great business but he had hours on Sunday and thus violated Paramus’s blue laws.

  8. I forgot about the Ridgewood scandal. They operated over a hair salon that has been in business for years. The salon staff were shocked.

  9. Almost every town in the country has such places. They are predominantly operated by Korean and Chinese organized crime.


  10. Declan Harrison:

    This really isn’t news. Open up the classifieds in The Record and you will find large numbers of such operations operating in the Paramus area.

    Any reviews?
    Which do you recommend?

  11. Now where am I gonna go?

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