Negotiations between Colton and the owner of Club to turn the strip club into a convenience store and gas station will continue through September, City Manager Bill Smith told council members Tuesday, Aug. Bernice Gunn : that's the same hole that the Riverside Police Chief got drunk at and crashed the city car. Just saying.
Pretty much just like any other Subway restaurant. I go here maybe once a month. Things seem fresh and the restaurant is always clean.
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The food is not too saucy. They have a large selection of choices with varying levels of spiciness. The restaurant is clean.
In one of its largest recent crackdowns at a strip club, Seattle police arrested 13 dancers and a manager at Rick's on Lake City Way on Police spokesman Sean Whitcomb described the arrests as a typical vice operation using undercover officers who were sent into the club. As part of the investigation, detectives have arrested three people in the past year in separate cold-case homicides.
Robert Marlow, 47, pleaded guilty to two charges: computer trespass and solicitation to commit a controlled substances act violation. Marlow had initially been charged with computer trespass and second-degree drug possession. During an undercover investigation last year of the Dancing Bare club, which is located along Aurora Avenue North, Seattle police found that Marlow was a frequent patron and engaging in "questionable behavior.