Brisbane Establishments Face Court

The name of the investigation was referred to as “Operation Ice Trojan”. It was on the 14th of June where the Detectives from the State Crime Operation Command’s Prostitution Enforcement Task Force raided 3 establishments in Kedron, Newmarket and Albion and a home in Murrumba Downs.

The Team was made up from four leading department which were the Australian Federal Police (AFP), the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIC) and lastly is the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC).

There were eight Brisbane women arrested aged between 23 and 29. A 23 years old woman from Salisbury, 23 years old woman from Upper Mount Gravatt, 24 years old woman from Nundah, 25 years old woman from Sunnybank, 26 years old woman from Brisbane, 27 years old woman from Stretton, 27 years old woman from Indooroopilly and lastly is a 29 years old woman from Runcor. These individuals were accused for 27 violations and this includes taking part in the provision of prostitution as well as doing prostitution by the use of an illegal prostitution business.

In addition, 4 more women arrested aged between 25 and 33. A 25 years old woman from Nundah, 26 years old woman from Sunnybank Hills, a 29 years old woman from Sunnybank and lastly is a 33 years old woman from Murrumba Downs. These women were each accused for at least three violations which include taking part in the provision of prostitution as well as doing prostitution by the use of an illegal prostitution business.

Last but not the least is a 69 years old Aspley man who was presumably found at the said establishments and in addition he was also accused for offenses.

As with the investigation, the parlours were alleged being leased buildings as what Detective Inspector Ian Robertson said of the State Crime Operations Command.

“This should be a helpful note to anyone who rents their property of their responsibilities under the Criminal Code to act when offenses are now being perpetrated on their own properties,” he said.

“Unlicensed brothels are managed by individuals who usually don’t adhere to safe practice operations is always our utmost importance.”

Furthermore, he stressed out that “The Prostitution Enforcement Task Force actively works to keep an eye on these pursuits all over Queensland, focusing our targets on individuals who offer illegal services and the safe practices of both the sex worker and their customers”.

After a week, the accused individuals will face court for their misdeeds.

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