Prosecutors describe sex ring
They say women were moved between parlors in four Boston suburbs
Suspected leaders of an alleged prostitution ring that stretched to four Boston suburbs coordinated a well-organized operation that shuttled a succession of women from out of state to work in massage parlors, prosecutors said Friday. Authorities described the businesses as thinly veiled fronts for prostitution, and that the women were taken to appointments with clients at parlors in Burlington, Needham, Revere, and Wellesley. Three suspected leaders of the operation pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking charges, and were ordered held on bail.