Police: Woman received stolen massage set
by Paige Jordan
March 21, 2014 01:11 AM | 4159 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Jianhui Yang
Jianhui Yang
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MARIETTA — Cobb Police arrested a Duluth woman last week on felony charges of theft by receiving stolen property valued over $1,500.

Jianhui Yang is one of the owners of the Oasis Massage Parlor on Delk Road.

According to the warrant, Yang and co-owner Shi Gui Huang of Norcross were found to have six Auto Electronic Foot Reflexology Massage leather sofa sets, which were reportedly stolen from Serenity Balance Massage.

The owner of the Serenity Balance Massage center in John’s Creek reported the stolen sofa sets Jan. 18.

The owners of Oasis do have a business relationship with Serenity Massage and provided a fraudulent receipt for the sofa sets when interrogated, the warrant stated.

Yang was released the same day as her arrest on $5,000 bond.



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