Search warrants public in Maine Zumba prostitution case

Search warrants associated with the Zumba prostitution case in Kennebunk, have been made public.

WMTW-TV says the documents shed light on what led investigators to charge dance instructor Alexis Wright and her alleged business partner, Mark Strong. Wright's charged with engaging in prostitution and Strong's charged with 59 misdemeanor counts. They've both pleaded not guilty.

Court documents show Kennebunk police started getting calls from anonymous and concerned citizens in September 2011.

The documents detail parts of the investigation including what police said was a recorded telephone call between a Maine Drug Enforcement Agent and Alexis Wright arranging sexual conduct for money.

They also reveal that the owner of an office in Kennebunk, where Wright was renting property, went to police after finding items including Internet videos of Wright.