Arlington Massage Parlor, Linked to Illegal Sex Act, Closes

A masseuse was arrested at the parlor last year.

Blue Sky Spa's former home at 677 Mass. Ave. Credit: John Waller
Blue Sky Spa's former home at 677 Mass. Ave. Credit: John Waller

An Arlington Center massage parlor, which was in the news last year when a masseuse was arrested and charged with “sexual conduct for a fee,” has closed.

Blue Sky Spa at 677 Mass. Ave., across from the Robbins Library, was closed Wednesday – and it has been closed for some time.

In January 2013, Yan Fang Dong, a 38-year-old woman from Pennsylvania, was arrested after a police compliance check at the parlor.

Noneya June 12, 2014 at 09:15 AM
This is news today why?
Noneya June 12, 2014 at 09:16 AM
It was closed Wednesday and has been closed for some time. News flash it's still closed. I can't wait for the follow up piece next week of how the closed spa continues to be closed even though the town is in dire need of manual release.
Suchi June 12, 2014 at 10:22 AM
Sure it's old news, but it's still news. Illegal massage parlors (i.e.: places that offer more than massages and operate outside of all regulations that other businesses have to adhere to) are covers for Human Trafficking, the second largest criminal activity worldwide (the first is weapon sales). Do we want to be a town that ignores places where women are doing things agains their will? Please, lets pay attention to these places and not allow them to open.
Ray Hillar June 12, 2014 at 11:30 AM
It looks like a good location for a bank. It's legal for banks to screw you.
John June 12, 2014 at 05:35 PM
Sounds like it all came to a happy ending.


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