Four sentenced in Macon massage parlor prostitution bust | News
Four people were sentenced in federal court Tuesday on charges stemming from prostitution and money laundering at a former Macon massage parlor.
The four women, Hyeon Joo Chae, 45; Kye Wol Dyreson, 73; Ki Un Jordan, 49; and Jin Noh, worked at Sedona Tanning Salon, formerly known as the Soft Hands Massage Parlor at 1922 Riverside Drive.
Chae, the owner of the business, was sentenced to three years years in federal prison for conspiracy to promote prostitution and money laundering, according to a news release from United States Attorney Michael Moore.
Dyreson, who served as manager in Chae's absence, and Jordan were sentenced to three years probation, the news release states.
Noh received one year probation.