VISTA (CNS) - Three women were arrested for suspicion of prostitution at a Vista spa in an undercover sex sting operation conducted by San Diego County sheriff's deputies, authorities said Tuesday.
Deputies were investigating allegations of illegal prostitution at Transcend Spa in the 1000 block of Sycamore Avenue about 11:30 a.m. Monday, Sgt. Joe Mata of San Diego County Sheriff's Department said.
Reports alleged a high volume of men visited the spa throughout the day and there were complaints of prostitution activity from female masseuses at the spa, Mata said.
Three men were interviewed and released. Three women were arrested at the spa and taken to sheriff's Vista Station for processing and interviews.
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