Kansas woman charged in prostitution spa case
A Kansas woman has been given five years of probation in an Omaha prostitution case.
Omaha television station KETV says Tabatha Ashburn, of Junction City, Kan., had made a plea deal with prosecutors who had indicted Ashburn and four other people.
Christopher Tierney also was given probation. The station says Ashburn’s mother, Tammy Schuck, of Omaha, is serving prison time, as are William Knox and Kim Bivens.
Authorities say Schuck operated three “spas” in Omaha from April 2008 to January 2012 where customers paid for sex acts from workers, rather than receiving legitimate spa services.
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