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Police in Georgia detain brothel owners

by | Apr 23, 2013
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The owner of this hotel was detained for providing space for organized prostitution. (Police.ge.)

TBILISI, DFWatch–Police in Georgia have detained several hotel owners for providing space for organized prostitution.

On Monday, the Interior Ministry informed that police from Adjara’s main police department had detained a man named Gela (born in 1984), who owns the Hotel Star together with Ramaz (born in 1973), a citizen of Turkey, and Tamaz (born in 1965), who owns the hotel Genatsvale in Adjara, a region on the Black Sea coast in western Georgia.

The detainees admit guilt and remain in a preliminary detention.

The police confiscated marijuana and ecstasy during the special operation at a club in one of the hotels.

Women working at the hotels were questioned as witnesses.



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