FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield police filed a charge of promoting prostitution against the co-owner of Diedra’s Health Salon on Friday, according to police reports.
Police began investigating the Post Road massage parlor in 2011 after receiving anonymous tips that prostitution was being offered at the business, police say. Three former employees were charged with prostitution in connection with the case earlier this week.
Sun Cha Johnson, 66, of Clearwater, Fla., and Bridgeport, was one of two co-owners of the business, according to police reports. She also has ties to Paradise Spa of Fairfield and Tokyo Health Spa of Bridgeport, which were both shut down for health violations, police say.
Johnson turned herself in Friday morning after learning of a warrant for her arrest, police say. Her business partner is expected to turn herself in within the next week, according to Fairfield Police.
Johnson was charged with second-degree promoting prostitution, a felony. She is due in court for arraignment March 22.