Accused GJ madam’s lawyer gets more time
O'Reilly returns to court on April 14 in prostitution, racketeering case
The case being made against Grand Junction massage parlor owner Nan O’Reilly, who is charged with pimping, racketeering and other prostitution-related charges, has created a mountain of paperwork. And O’Reilly’s attorney told a judge Thursday he needs more time to review it all.
Attorney Steve Laiche said the stack of documents he must review is 6 feet high, and he was granted a 54-day extension to sift through evidence in the case. Laiche said he’s not allowed by the Grand Junction Police Department to review the documents unless he is monitored by a representative, and that is drawing out the process.
O’Reilly, 58, is accused of running an illicit business at Fuji Oriental Massage, 762 Horizon Drive. O’Reilly was arrested in November following an 11-month investigation by the Police Department.
O’Reilly appeared out of custody Thursday for a review hearing on her case and was aided by a Korean-language interpreter.
O’Reilly returns to court April 14.