COM — A Dallas Police Department raid on massage parlors in Northwest Dallas Wednesday, added to the frustration of business owners who say their problem with street prostitution is being ignored. Mike Cohen, the owner of Wherehouse Fabrics since , said he wonders why Dallas Police are raiding massage parlors when the crime is rampant out on the streets. Cohen says the prostitution originating from a motel next door has fluctuated up and down for years, but says now it is worse than ever and not just at night. Cohen heard about the Dallas Police vice raid on spas on Emerald Lane that resulted in four arrests. Let anybody that wants to come by. At in the morning they are out here hailing cars down.
Where were the hookers? - Super 7 Inn
Where were the hookers? - Review of Super 7 Inn, Dallas, TX - Tripadvisor
I was just staying one night on the south side, to meet up with some army buddies. I did no checking before leaving for dallas miles. I just drove until I was near where they were and got the first one I saw. Motel 6 was the name at the time. I trusted the chain name.
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