Spokane, WASH. – After eight spas and
six homes were busted by police for alleged prostitution, promoting
prostitution, money laundering, criminal profiteering, and controlled
substances, the salon owner next to one of them says she isn't
Lee Ann Ochsner owns
the Moxie Salon
UPDATE: Airway Heights PD Chief tells KHQ's Chelsea Kopta that women
would arrange online to meet Johns at Northern Quest Resort &
Casino and carry out the prostitution in the resort hotel. Kalispel
Tribal police initially tipped off Airway Heights Police, who led
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