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15 indicted on charges of operating brothels; one in Glenwood

The Associated Press
Aspen, CO Colorado

DENVER ” The Colorado attorney general’s office says 15 suspected illegal immigrants have been indicted on charges of allegedly running 11 brothels throughout the state.

Attorney General John Suthers called the suspected brothels in Denver, Longmont and Glenwood Springs “blights on the community.”

The indictment announced Wednesday alleges the brothels operated from late 2006 to April 2009 under the name, “Mi Casa Su Casa.” Investigators say the brothels would receive $40 to $50 from patrons for sex.

Investigators say they believe cocaine was also sold at the brothels.

The indictment says nine of the brothels were in Denver, one in Longmont and another in Glenwood Springs.

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