30 Busted at “Yes We Can” Club on Prostitution, Drug and Alcohol Charges

30 people were arrested this week at the “Yes We Can” social club in St. Louis.
KMOV has video:

KSDK reported:

St. Louis County police will release more information this afternoon about 30 people were taken into custody from a home in Bel-Ridge last week.

They were taken into custody shortly before midnight on August 11.

Police said they went to a home in the 8800 block of Snowhill Court to execute a search warrant for prostitution, drugs and alcohol.

According to the Missouri Secretary of State’s website, the business, Yes We Can Social Club, is run out of that home.

Police have not yet presented their case to prosecutors for possible charges to be filed.

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St. Louis Today reported:

There was a 15 year-old girl at the house at the time of the arrest.
The house, in the 8800 block of Snowhill Court, was raided early Friday morning by the county’s tactical operations, K-9, and special investigating units.

The address is listed as the location of the “Yes We Can Social Club” on the Missouri Secretary of State’s website. It was incorporated in January for the purposes of “recreation” and says that assets from the corporation would be given “to another charitable organization,” according to paperwork for the club on the site. Latroy L. Simmons is listed as the club’s registered agent.

A police spokesman said he didn’t know if the social club had anything to do with what police found last week at the home.

Some weapons were recovered and there was a 15-year-old teenage girl unrelated to anyone in the house at the time, police said.

Charges are pending.

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