Woman charged for exploitation of prostitution out of Herriman home

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HERRIMAN, Utah (News4Utah) – A Herriman woman was charged Thursday on charges of solicitation of prostitution and operating a massage business out of her home without a license. 

According to charging documents Heather B. Dering, 28, was contacted by an undercover detective responding to an ad placed that offered activities as many as four women at once. He was given an address in Herriman. 

When the detective arrived he was met by Dering who took him into the basement of the home and was told to get undressed. She then charged him for an amount that included two women who gave him the massage and it included extras at the end. 

The detective then gave her the money and was given a massage. After Dering left another woman entered the room and agreed to a sexual act in exchange for money. Additional detectives were then notified. 

Dering admitted to police that she does not have a license to practice massages and other women provide services out of the home as well. 

Dering has been charged with 3rd degree felony exploiting prostitution and a class A misdemeanor unlawful massage therapy. 

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