Texas home shut down An alleged swingers club in an upscale Arlington neighborhood has been ordered to cease operation because it violates zoning.(Photo: WFAA)Vecchio lives a few blocks from the half million dollar home at the corner of Cooper Street and Beady Road. The yard has been paved to accommodate 70 cars. It’s owned by an Azle man. But a man in Weatherford told us he’s been hosting parties since last summer. The home has hosted close to 60 erotic parties, some with themes, since it
NHL jerseys opened in May 2014. David Esopenko said off camera it’s not a swingers’ club, because he doesn’t charge. But the suggested donation is $80 per couple, $20 for single women and $80 for single men. Esopenko said the money mainly covers snacks and drink set ups. The city says up to 200 people have attended some parties, which could add up to thousands of dollars in one night. Esopenko said not everyone pays and that no money is collected at the door. He saID guests write a number on an envelope, and drop the cash into a box. "Shocked," Vecchio said. "Couldn’t believe it was going on. We don’t want it in our neighborhood." The house is furnished, but unoccupied. Esopenko said he plans to move in. "Yeah, right," Vecchio said. "I don’t believe that any more than he’s just having parties for a hundred of his closest friends." David Esopenko did not duck questions, but did not want to appear on camera. He said police officers, attorneys, teachers and nurses attend his parties.
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Cheap NFL jerseys bikers killed in Waco WACO One of nine bikers killed at a shootout outside a Texas restaurant was a Vietnam veteran and Purple Heart recipient whose family members dispute police claims he was in a criminal group. An Associated Press review of Texas court records and a database maintained by the state Department of Public Safety turned up no criminal history in Texas for Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65, of New Braunfels. And his son Vincent Ramirez told the San Antonio Express News that he was not violent. Rodriguez was one of nine bikers killed Sunday when gunfire erupted at Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, where motorcyclists had gathered for a meeting. Waco police spokesman Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton told the AP on Wednesday that all those killed were part of those two gangs. He did not return phone messages Thursday seeking comment about Rodriguez. Military records show Rodriguez was a Marine on active duty from 1969 and 1973, and received the Purple Heart, given to those wounded or killed in action