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New details released after drug dealing, prostitution in Edmond

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Court documents are shedding new details about a drug dealing and prostitution incident at an Edmond home.

Near neighbors on the 2300 block of NW 158th St., about two miles north of the John Kilpatrick Turnpike off N. Pennsylvania Ave., is in shock.

Nancy Prykryl said: “It’s very disturbing to know that something like that can happen just a few doors down the street and you don’t know it.

Qiang Zeng, Fanglian Li, and Rina Nagasaki were arrested at home on August 11.

Court documents say Li and Nagasaki allegedly stayed in separate rooms, wore underwear and told police they went there to sell sex.

The women told officers that they had performed sex transactions during the day and had made money.

Zeng is alleged to be a cook, and the officer believes he is providing security, food and accommodation.

In addition, the officer found unused condoms and bottles of lube, seven vacuum-sealed bags containing marijuana, and more than $8,000 in cash in the home.

“It shocked me because it’s a pretty quiet neighborhood, hearing something like this coming from your house three doors just blows you away,” neighbor Jim Christiansen said.

Zeng was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, obtain proceeds of drug activity, and aiding and abetting prostitution.

Li and Nagasaki were charged with illegally collecting money in excess of $2,500.

https://kfor.com/news/local/new-details-released-after-drug-prostitution-bust-in-edmond/ New details released after drug dealing, prostitution in Edmond

Dais Johnston

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