A Chicago woman pleaded no contest Tuesday to a charge of prostitution stemming from last spring’s raid at the former VIP Spa on Highway 46 in Dickson. With the conditional plea, 40-year-old Jingshu Che can have the conviction erased from her record if she successfully completes six months of probation. Defense attorney Mitch Dugan told Dickson County Circuit Court Judge Robert Burch that the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service is aware of the plea agreement and would be monitoring his client’s status to determine whether it will impact her ability to remain in the United States. Jingshu was one of four women arrested May 23 when Dickson Police and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation raided the VIP Spa in Pomona for the second time in a year following an undercover investigation into prostitution. The other three women pleaded out and were placed on probation in Dickson Municipal Court. Jingshu was indicted in August for prostitution within 1 ½ miles of a school, a Class A misdemeanor, but Assistant District Attorney Ray Crouch said the charge was amended to a Class B misdemeanor because the nearest school was not within the required distance for the enhanced charge. The VIP Spa has since closed and the location is now vacant. Crouch said last week in Humphreys County a judge granted an order to close the GQ Health Spa in Hurricane Mills as a public nuisance. Crouch said the spa, which also was raided May 23, was owned by the same corporation that owned VIP. Crouch said the judge ordered the Humphreys County site to never be used as a spa. A public nuisance complaint against VIP was dropped when the business closed.