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NY Woman Arrested in Hillsborough, Charged with Prostitution

Kuihna Chang, 56, of Sandford Avenue in Flushing, NY has been charged with prostitution. Credits: Courtesy Somerset County Prosecutor's Office

HILLSBOROUGH, N.J. – A New York City woman has been charged with prostitution following an undercover sting at a massage and acupuncture clinic.

Kuihna Chang, 56, of Sandford Avenue in Flushing, NY was arrested at JK Acupuncture and Massage, located at 249 Homestead Road Unit #12,  according to Acting Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.

Robertson provided the following account:

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An undercover detective assigned to the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office Organized Crime and Narcotics Task Force entered the business around 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28 where he met with Chang.

Chang offered to perform a sexual act upon the detective in exchange for cash. Once the proposition was made Task Force detectives and members of the Hillsborough Police Department entered massage parlor and placed Chang under arrest.

She as taken to Hillsborough Police headquarters where she was processed and charged with Prostitution, a Disorderly Persons Offense.

Chang is to appear in Hillsborough Township Municipal Court on Oct.  11, 2016.

Editor's Note: This article relies on information provided by law enforcement officials and the subjects are presumed innocent. If notified of changes to the charges or their outcome, TAPinto.net will update this report.

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