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Undercover visit to Beaver Township night club brings liquor, prostitution violations

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A Beaver Township night spot that features exotic dancers has been cited for alleged liquor violations and one woman is charged with prostitution after a visit by undercover state agents. 

According to George Pitre, Agent in Charge of the Canton District of the Ohio Investigative Unit, agents went to Tiffany Dolls Cabaret, 10708 Market Street early Saturday.

The action resulted in the agency issuing four notices of violation against the strip club, including serving beer after hours, nudity, engaging in sexual activity, and public indecency.

In addition, a Salem woman has been charged with prostitution.

According to court records, Justine McGee, 25, of Salem, engaged in a sex act for $220. The alleged offense occurred on McGee's birthday.

McGee is scheduled to appear in Boardman Court on Friday for a hearing on the prostitution charge. 

In a separate incident, Beaver Township Police arrested McGee for possession of heroin in September.

According to Pitre, the Department of Liquor Control will hold a hearing sometime in the next six months where the owner of the business will have a chance to respond to the other violations.

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