NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Complaints from neighbors of a Bayard Street nail salon led to the arrest of five people on prostitution charges, according to a report on MyCentralJersey.com. The arrests followed a month-long investigation at the Tip to Toe salon, according to police, who allege the establishment served as a front for a prostitution ring. Four of those arrested were charged with promoting prostitution while a fifth suspect was charged in engaging in prostitution, authorities said.
Cops Arrest 5 During Prostitution Bust at Nail Salon
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