Police Issue More Arrest Warrants in Prostitution Case

By: KKCO Email
By: KKCO Email

A second person is sought in a ten months long investigation into the growing prostitution problem in the Grand Valley

The owner of Fuji Massage, Nan O’Reilly was arrested thursday on multiple charges including pimping and promoting sexual immorality. 11 News has learned that an arrest warrant has also been issued for Suk Yu, someone believed to be involved in this case. Officials say more warrants are to come.

Another search warrant was executed on a home in Colorado Springs. Police are not releasing much information about that but say it is connected to this investigation.

The US Attorney's office has filed a petition to seize a large amount of O'Reilly's assets that police say are either being used in connection with the crimes or were purchased from the proceeds of the crimes.

"We're well aware of assets over one million dollars that she has in her possession," says Assenmacher. All affidavits involved with this investigation have been sealed because some of the investigation techniques that had to be used but police say while the investigation has taken ten months

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