Three arrested following investigation into Oklahoma City club

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Three people were taken into custody following a two-year investigation by the Oklahoma City Police Department focused on a metro club.

"The Oklahoma City Police Department's Vice Unit in conjunction with the Oklahoma ABLE Commission executed search warrants, not only for the Midway Island Club but for their parent company and associated businesses," explained MSgt. Gary Knight, with the Oklahoma City Police Department. "These search warrants had to deal with an investigation looking into sale of narcotics and other criminal activities that have gone on at these clubs or have been facilitated by the parent company."

Authorities arrested 43-year-old Heather Emerson-Billings, 60-year-old Bruce Krenz and 56-year-old Paul Cassidy on an array of charges.

Officials say other arrests are possible as the investigation continues.

This isn't the first time the club has found itself on the wrong side of the law.

In October of 2017, Emerson and Krenz were arrested during another vice operation at the club following an undercover sting. The investigation revealed dancers openly sold sex to patrons and offered them illegal drugs. Police raided the club and found ecstasy, marijuana, cocaine, stolen firearms, and more than $13,000 in cash.

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