A Bellaire business owner, who was arrested after police received complaints about prostitution at her business, is scheduled to appear in court on June 17.
Anna Wu, 61, was arrested on Jan. 12 for operating “Acupuncture by Anna Wu,” 5312 Bellaire Blvd. #A, without a license. She was released from the Harris County jail on a $500 bond.
Wu was scheduled to appear in court on May 10, but it has been reset for June 17. Wu was originally scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 28, but it was reset for March 1, pushed back to April 4 and reset for May 10.
Wanqun Peng, 52, was arrested on Jan. 12 for two counts of prostitution.
According to documents on file with the Harris County District Clerk’s office, Peng agreed to engage in sexual conduct, “deviated sexual intercourse” and performed oral sex for a fee.
She was released from Harris County jail on two $500 bonds.
Peng was scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 28 but she failed to appear.
Peng’s bond was forfeited and the state will recover any surety on the bond, $500 and court costs, according to public documents.
Bellaire Police arrested the two women following a two-month investigation.