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Fifteen illegal immigrants have been indicted by the state grand jury for operating a total of 11 brothels across the state, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced this morning. Nine of the brothels were in Denver, and one each were in Longmont and Glenwood Springs, according to Suthers.
I am glad to see my office, along with our partners in law enforcement, shut down this expensive operation. The indictments allege that the business, operating under the name Mi Casa Su Casa, promoted and engaged in prostitution and cocaine distribution in Denver, Longmont and Glenwood Springs. The house would allegedly split the money with the prostitutes. However, said investigators, cards listing other businesses also were used. A typical arrangement, according to the grand jury, was found at one of the brothels, located at N.
Yosemite St. In addition to the Yosemite Street location, other brothels in Denver were at W. Alameda Ave. Kentucky Ave. The Longmont brothel was located at 14 Ninth Ave. The Glenwood Springs brothel was at U. Montoya-Cadena was charged with racketeering, pimping and distribution of a controlled substance. Other members of the alleged prostitution ring were charged with pimping. The ring was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. Howard Pankratz: or hpankratz denverpost.
Log In Membership Newsletters Obituaries. More in News. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials on Wednesday blasted the newly enacted Colorado law that prevents local jails from keeping people in custody for ICE past their release dates, calling out the case of a Cuban immigrant accused of attempted murder after being released from the Arapahoe County jail in October.
Grant funding would help Colorado's public schools provide free tampons and other feminine hygiene products in campus bathrooms if a bill to be introduced in the state legislature next year -- at the urging of students at Arvada West High School -- becomes law. A Denver jury on Wednesday found a year-old man guilty in a year-old cold case, convicting the defendant of sexual assault and kidnapping.