Lubbock Police Arrest Two Under Suspicion Of Illegal Business - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/16/05

Lubbock Police Arrest Two Under Suspicion Of Illegal Business

Complaints from neighbors have now turned into an investigation of illegal activity in East Lubbock.

Code enforcement officers served a Code Violation warrant in the 2700 Block of East 2nd at 4:15 Monday afternoon. Inspectors found pool tables, a recording studio and enough alcohol to run a small bar. At least two people were arrested.

Illegal business is suspected and we will bring you more details as it becomes available.

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