Investigators recovered more than 46 pounds of marijuana, multiple weapons and more upon serving a Racine search warrant. AP - A federal grand jury has indicted a southeastern Wisconsin strip club owner and his former manager for allegedly setting up customers with prostitutes in private rooms. The indictment was unsealed Tuesday in federal court in Milwaukee. Buzdum worked with his now-former manager, year-old Timothy Miller, to recruit prostitutes for customers at the club in an effort to boost revenue between and
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Wisconsin strip club operators charged in prostitution conspiracy
A Wisconsin strip club owner and his former manager have been charged with federal crimes linked to prostitution at their Dodge County strip club. A federal grand jury indictment, which was unsealed Tuesday, accused Radomir Buzdum, who owned the TNT strip club in Lebanon, and former club manager Timothy Miller of engaging in a prostitution conspiracy. Buzdum and Miller allegedly profited by making the champagne rooms and VIP room at at the TNT club, which later changed its name to Wild Rose, available for prostitution, "including oral sex, full intercourse and fetish activities," the indictment said. The indictment said Buzdum and Miller worked with others to recruit prostitutes, often referred to as "extras," for customers at TNT between and , and that TNT allowed customers to use credit cards to pay for lap dances and champagne rooms and get cash back to pay dancers for sex acts. Buzdum was also indicted on two counts of filing false tax returns for allegedly under-reporting the strip clubs revenue when he filed and tax returns for his company, Tequila Nights Inc.