EVERETT (AP) — Police say the service at a bikini espresso stand in Washington state was too hot. Officers arrested three baristas Wednesday at the Hillbilly Hotties coffee stand in Everett. Spokesman Aaron Snell tells KOMO that police received complaints the women were exposing body parts and behaving inappropriately. A 20-year-old and 21-year-old are facing charges…More
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EVERETT (AP) — A woman accused of using her espresso stands in Everett as drive-thru brothels is suing the city to recover $250,000 she says was wrongfully seized by police. Carmela Panico owns the Java Juggs and Twin Peaks “bikini barista” stands. She was arrested in June and accused of promoting prostitution, but she has not…More
Police have arrested a Snohomish County Sheriff’s sergeant for allegedly helping bikini baristas elude an investigation into whether they were peddling sexual acts in addition to coffee. Sgt. Darrell O’Neill, a 30-year sheriff’s office veteran, was taken into custody Tuesday morning on suspicion of conspiracy to promote prostitution and official misconduct, officials said. Everett police made the…More
Everett Police arrested two owners of Grab-N-Go coffee stands this morning for investigation of sexual exploitation of a minor, a felony. Bill Wheeler Jr. 29, was booked into Snohomish County Jail and his 27-year-old co-owner was released while prosecutors decide whether to charge him, said Everett Police Department spokesman Aaron Snell. Detectives searched and…More
Kent police detectives who have been investigating bikini-barista behavior since October arrested two women suspected of committing lewd acts at a drive-through coffee stand called Twin Peaks Espresso. The women allegedly performed the lewd acts at the stand at 24013 104 Avenue S.E. for coffee tips that ranged from $10 to $25. According to Kent…More
Three baristas suspected of serving up adult performances at two Grab-N-Go Bikini Hut coffee locations were arrested Wednesday afternoon by the Everett police. “We received numerous phone calls alleging more than coffee was being served,” said Everett police spokesman Aaron Snell, after the department’s two-month investigation. “If you drove past sometimes,…More