STAMFORD -- A police sweep of massage parlors around the city Friday resulted in numerous license violations and one prostitution arrest.

Officers with the Narcotics and Organized Crime unit executed the search warrants at Aloha Salon, 1055 E. Main St.; Palm Tree Spa, 985 E. Main St.; Apple Salon, 934 E. Main St.; and Swedish Health Spa, 197 Main St.

With officials from Stamford Health Department, Stamford Building Department and the Fire Marshal's office after numerous complaints involving prostitution were leveled at the establishments, Lt. Timothy Shaw said.

Before the warrants were served, a plain-clothed Stamford police officer talked his way onto the premises in case the massage parlors decided to lock down when the warrant was announced, Shaw said.

At Aloha Salon, police arrested Aizi Yin, 44, who lives at the salon, and charged her with prostitution and interfering with police. Police also charged Daniel Drake, 58, of 2 Waldon Road, Darien, and charged him with patronizing a prostitute.

Shaw said as the search warrant was served at Aloha shortly before 10 a.m., police found Drake and Yin in the process of culminating a sexual act.

At the Palm Tree Spa, police wrote four tickets to women for practicing massage therapy without a license. Two Apple Salon employees were ticketed for practicing massage therapy without a license as were three others at Swedish Health Spa.

About $5,000 in cash was seized from the four locations as well as condoms from the Aloha Salon, Palm Tree Spa and the Swedish Health Spa, Shaw said.