A customer would come in, meet with Trina Ngyuen, a police affidavit filed by Sgt. David Goodman of the Minot Police Department asserts, and then be escorted to a locker room to take a shower.
The customer would then be escorted through the dimly lit building to one of four to six separate rooms, with a bare mattress on the floor. Today, the building has a building permit taped to its glass main door by its owner, Royal Renovations of Clear Lake, Minn.
The company specializes in restoring buildings damaged by disaster events, like the Souris River flood. The unidentified man reported that she had threatened to kick him out of the shop space he rented from her for his roofing company. He told police that at least three other Vietnamese females worked for Nguyen and that she tried to convince him to become a member of the VIP club, and that the girls had sex for money and did not really give massages.
At the time of the police inspection, only one woman in addition to Nguyen was on the site. Jason Sundbakken, who directs the investigative unit of the Minot Police Department. Inthere were 16 arrests state-wide for prostitution.
That more than doubled to 35 arrests by the end of The would often be accompanied by young, Asian women in alluring poses, with some bare-chested. The women allegedly servicing the customers were all of age.
Human trafficking is a Class AA felony if the victims are under age, and Nguyen is only charged with a Class A felony. Kevin Cramer, R-N. Thom Tillis, R-N. Pam Stenzel, founder of Enlighten Communications, will be speaking at the annual Dakota Hope banquet and conducting Axel Edgardol Flores Vives, 33, Minot, was sentenced on Thursday to 21 days time served for grabbing a pregnant I'm interested in please check all that apply Daily Newsletter Breaking News.