Five Hathian Police Department officers raided Vice City night club last Saturday night, located in the centre of the Vodou, east of Hathian, to serve a warrant on its owners Dro Vega and Angel Reignz. After hours of crossfire, the officers emerged with several arrests, weapons, and drugs. There were six injuries, but luckily no loss of life. Spokesperson from the HPD mentioned that the sources of these assets was highly suspicious.
Feral Clary, who was the manager of the night club, denied the charges and felt that the raid was uncalled for, had an explanation for everything found, and blamed the police for being excessively violent. She maintained that the recreational drugs were confiscated from customers found to be in possession of them illegally as they were bound to do as per the law. They were waiting to be passed along to the local community officer. She further went on to blame Detective John MacConner who attacked her and arrested her without even clarifying what her charges are, and still is “not entirely sure” of them.
She mentioned that an official request with HPD asking them to provide a reasoning behind the raid which has remained unanswered.
((A copy of a search warrant is also presented here which reads:
I, <someone’s name is scratched out with a marker> request a search warrant and state under penalty of perjury that I have reason to believe that on the following property, Vice City Night Club, has now concealed evidence of a crime, contraband, fruits of crime, or other items illegally possessed as well a person to be arrested; Property has also been used in committing a crime, with connection to tax evasion, distribution of controlled substances, carrying/storing firearms inside establishment that has been granted a Class A-General retail permit, distributing alcohol to the minors. Search is scheduled to take place at 7/29/2017.))
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