Crime

Shouchun Han, massage pro accused of sex assault: Thinking about his own happy ending?

According to the Broomfield Police Department, two female clients of massage therapist Shouchun Han experienced the opposite of a happy ending at his hands. Their claims of inappropriate touching during rubdowns have led to an investigation of possible unlawful sexual contact and sexual assault charges. Page down to get details from a BPD release and to see a larger photo of the suspect.

Broomfield Police Department release:

On October 14, 2010, two women reported to the Broomfield Police Department that a male massage therapist at Spring Massage, located at 6650 W. 120th Ave., #A8, had touched them inappropriately during prior massage sessions.

The suspect was identified as the 46 year old store owner and Broomfield resident, Shouchun Han, 04/18/64. Han was arrested on October 14, 2010, and lodged at the Broomfield Detention Center on pending charges of Unlawful Sexual Contact and Sexual Assault.

Any persons with additional information should contact Detective Mike Svela at 303-464-5723.

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