Colombian prosecutors broke up a sex party at a farm outside of Villavicencio, Colombia where 21 men and 21 women were caught red-handed consuming hallucinogens and cocaine, practicing prostitution, and drinking adulterated liquor. 17 of the partygoers were Venezuelans, according to prosecutors. The party was in violation of Colombia’s nationwide curfew imposed to fight the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19 virus.
The partiers were all arrested and brought before the 9th municipal criminal court in Villavicencio, where a search warrant for the property was issued. The URI (Immediate Reaction Unit) discovered firearms, cocaine, and ammunition on the property.
The owner of the farm and a bar in Villavicencio, the capital of the Meta department of Colombia were charged with manufacturing, trafficking and / or illegal carrying of weapons; manufacture, trafficking and / or carrying of narcotic drugs; imitation or simulation of food, products or substances and violation of sanitary measure. He pled not guilty to those charges. Prosecutors say that the bar of the charged is known for prostitution.
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