A former Henderson city employee has been indicted in connection with tipping off massage parlors to possible raids in exchange for sexual favors for more than a year, prosecutors said Wednesday. Michael Bass, 70, who worked as a business licensing enforcement officer, faces one count of pandering and one count of misconduct of a public officer, both felonies. Also charged in the indictment was Zimei Patton, who prosecutors said ran a massage parlor that essentially operated as a brothel. Patton faces one count each of pandering, living from the earnings of a prostitute and bribery, all felonies. The indictment states that, between July 15, , and Sept.