Seattle police set up massage parlor in sex-sting operation, arrest 204 men | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Seattle police set up massage parlor in sex-sting operation, arrest 204 men

All told, members of the Seattle Police Department’s Vice & High Risk Victims Unit arrested 204 men during the 10-day operation that began July 5, netting more than $22,000 in cash — money the men handed over expecting to be sexually serviced by a handful of undercover female officers, or UCs.

“We never anticipated this volume,” Sgt. Tom Umporowicz said of the brisk business at the police-operated Euro Spa, the first sting operation of its kind in the city. He estimated court fines from the operation — $2,733 for a first-time offender, with repeat offenders paying more — will total at least $550,000.

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Don't these cops have better things to do...you know, like keeping an eye on BLM, or looking for crazies in trucks attacking citizens?

Oh, that's right. This is about grabbing a half million dollars!

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