'Operation Stripped Down' Nets Six

The state attorney general’s office has broken up a cocaine distribution ring they say was operated from two strip clubs in Erie and Crawford counties.

Acting Attorney General Bill Ryan says the 14-month long investigation, known as "Operation Stripped Down," focused on the trafficking and distribution of cocaine in northwestern Pennsylvania, much of which appears to have originated from sources in eastern Ohio, but that part of the investigation is continuing.

The two strips involved are the Velvet Strip Club in West Springfield and Club Paradise in Linesville.

Six people have been arrested so far.



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