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Spa employee sentenced to jail time in city crackdown on massage parlors
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A Conyers spa and massage business employee was convicted and sentenced to jail time and fines after failing inspections for the third time this year and violating the city's rigorous new massage parlor ordinances.

Body Scrub Day Spa employee An Suk Hair, 57, of Doraville, was convicted of multiple charges surrounding a failed inspection of the massage therapy establishment, located at 1004 Dogwood Drive.

On Friday, Dec. 13, Hair was sentenced to 14 days in jail, 30 months probation, 40 hours community service, $2,500 in fines plus fees, and shall not be employed in the massage industry in the City of Conyers for the duration of probation.

Conyers Police Marshal Unit first inspected Body Scrub Day Spa in November of 2012.The inspection yielded multiple infractions. Hair was arrested and convicted of charges of Operating without an Owner/Manager on Premises, Locking of Doors Prohibited, and Operating without a Massage Therapist License. She was sentenced $1,050 in fines plus fees.

The Marshal Unit visited the business again in May of this year and Hair was again cited for Operating without an Owner/Manager on Premises. She was convicted and paid a $300 fine plus fees.

Body Scrub Day Spa was officially shut down in July when a final inspection revealed many of the same violations. 

Hair was again arrested and ultimately convicted of:

·         Must Keep Treatment Record of Patients
·         Doors Must Remain Unlocked
·         Historical Records Must be on File
·         Identification Sign Must be Posted
·         No Ordinary Beds on Premises