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Strip Club Owner Arrested For Prostitution

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WELLFORD, S.C. -

Timothy Treadwell, 51 of Inman, was arrested on charges of Prostitution and Assault and Battery Friday night after police served search warrants at the strip club 'Teazers'. 

Treadwell is listed as the owner of the strip club, Teazers Entertainment LLC, on the South Carolina Secretary Of State business database. 

According to Chief Jeff Bowers with the Wellford Police Department, a joint undercover operation with Wellford Police and the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office was conducted with two undercover officers inside the club. Both of the officers had two females from the club solicit prostitution. There are active warrants out for their arrests at this time. 

Chief Bowers also said that there was an alleged assault that happened on the 23rd of August involving Treadwell. 

Search warrants were conducted Friday night for the surveillance footage of the alleged assault and items of prostitution. 

Treadwell was released on PR Bond totaling $2,500.00. 

An investigation is still ongoing and more information is expected to be released at a later time. 

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