Strip Clubs Ages 18 And Over in El Paso, TX
Owner of raided El Paso strip club accused of human trafficking - KVIA
UPDATE, June State officials reveled new details Tuesday about last week's raid of a far east El Paso strip club, accusing the owner of being a human trafficker and saying four victims were rescued. In addition to aggravated promotion of prostitution and sale of alcohol without a permit or license. Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission agents indicated Escajeda's arrest actually took place shortly before the raid on his strip club when he was caught offering to supply women for sex in exchange for money during a law enforcement sting operation at a nearby hotel. He was carrying two concealed handguns and a stash of cash.
Far East El Paso County strip club shut down as officials allege illegal activities
More: El Paso man arrested in animal cruelty case after dog starves to death in backyard. According to jail records, Escajeda was arrested in connection with one count of aggravated promotion of prostitution, two counts of unlawful carrying of a weapon, and five counts of sale of alcohol without a permit or license. He posted bail the same day, jail logs show.
A far East El Paso strip club owner is accused of trafficking women for sex as he illegally operated a strip club where prostitution and drug use were taking place, officials said. A sting operation was conducted at a hotel where Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission agents allegedly saw Escajeda, the owner of the club, arrive with four women, officials said. More: Charges dismissed against reputed motorcycle gang members in brawl in East El Paso. More: Juvenile arrested after year-old man dies in Horizon City shooting. The strip club was shut down Tuesday night after the county obtained a temporary restraining order.