La Paz Bolivia: two restaurants, nightclub closed for selling cocaine and marijuana to foreign tourists

Posted on October 8, 2012 • Filed under: Bolivia, Crime, Drug Activity, TRAVEL reported in early 2011, local authorities were concerned about closing the antrum without operating authority, however, had a meeting with police detectives and informed them that the Blue House also sold cocaine and marijuana. The mayor stepped off FELCN research and took up the matter. The first step was to leave for a while “at peace” to the place. The club continued its activities and, at the time of relaxation, the troops were adding evidence against the owners. That Saturday night until 25.

After the coup, the prosecution opened the possibility of investigating some radio taxi companies and tourist agencies recommending the bowling not only as an offer for lovers of dance, but because there were selling controlled substances. The investigations carried the title of “reserved” and power forward FELCN that other similar centers are investigated. For now, the only certainty is the closure of the club for foreigners where there was more than just music. Read Article

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