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Forest Yin Spa Closed Again After Arrest of Unlicensed Masseuse

JinAnother masseuse has been arrested for practicing without a license on Central Avenue in Hartsdale. On January 9, 2018 members of the Greenburgh Street Crime unit arrested Xiaonu Jin, born 11/19/64, for violating New York State Education Law 6512 (sub1), Unauthorized Practice of a Profession at Forest Yin Spa on 100 North Central Avenue in Hartsdale.

The Greenburgh Police Street Crime Unit and the Drug and Alcohol Task Force completed a short-term investigation into the Unauthorized Practice of a Profession.

Xiaonu Jin purported herself as a licensed massage therapist without having the requisite state license. She was transported to police headquarters where she was booked, processed, and released on one hundred dollars bail. Forest Yin Spa was closed by the Town of Greenburgh Building Department.

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0 #1 Perspective 2018-01-11 12:22
The owner/managers of this spa must know that the local authorities have and will continue to watch this establishment carefully, fearing more is going on there than mere massages.

Accordingly, it would make sense for management to insure that all their "ducks are in a row," and that their employees are all licensed, unless the benefits of such risky behavior (read: the more lucrative gains from sexual commerce) were in play.

Think not? Ok. Then way is Supercuts, by mere example, better at insuring and displaying their stylists as licensed?
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