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Utah agents shut down Latin Love, say business sells sex
First Published Nov 27 2013 03:11 pm • Last Updated Nov 28 2013 04:26 pm

Two women are in trouble after authorities allege they were running a prostitution house called Latin Love in the Millcreek-area.

The Utah Attorney General’s Office said it received a report in May that the business, located at 970 E. 3300 South, was prostituting women.

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In November, after months of surveillance, investigators obtained a search warrant.

When they entered, they allegedly found one of the women in a room with a completely nude man who had an erection, according to a criminal complaint filed in 3rd District Court.

The other woman was in the reception area, her purse full of photos of women dressed in lingerie-type clothing.

Authorities also seized condoms and documents believed to be schedules of the girl, a ledger with a client list by date, which client the girls were with, the amount paid and the time spent with each client.

Police were asking for a high bail amount for one of the women because she was in the country illegally.


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