Parker massage therapist suspected of abusing client

Police are searching for additional possible victims

Staff report
Posted 2/6/20

Parker Police have arrested a local massage therapist accused of sexually assaulting a client.

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Parker massage therapist suspected of abusing client

Police are searching for additional possible victims

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Parker Police have arrested a local massage therapist accused of sexually assaulting a client.

Alexander Baker, 24, of Elements Massage at 18551 Mainstreet in Parker was arrested Feb. 5. Police are seeking information about Baker and say that he may have also been a massage therapist at other spas in the Aurora and Parker areas, according to a news release from the Parker Police Department.

Baker is in custody at the Douglas County jail on $5,000 bond.

A manager at Elements Massage, who declined to give her name, said the studio is working with authorities and could not disclose additional information about Baker.

The Parker Police Department is encouraging anyone who thinks they may have been a victim of Baker’s or have any information that may be relevant to contact Detective Bev Wilson at 303-805-6561.

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