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Security guard accused of selling cocaine out of Covina nightclub …

COVINA >> Police arrested a security guard at a Downtown Covina restaurant and nightclub Friday night on charges of selling cocaine to undercover investigators at the business three times in recent months, authorities said.
Covina police and California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control agents arrested Christopher Rodriguez, 22, of Baldwin Park about 10:30 p.m. while he was working at the Red Lounge & Restaurant, 211 N. Citrus Avenue, according to Covina police officials and Los Angeles County booking records.
Rodriguez is a contractor employed by Whittier-based Executive Sentry Services, police said.
Covina police assisted in making the arrest, which was the result of an undercover ABC investigation, Covina police Sgt.

Gregg Peterson said.
They started conducting surveillances in the location, the sergeant said. They were able to facilitate some purchases. They were able to do it on three separate occasions.
Peterson described the amounts of cocaine sold each transaction as smaller, personal use amounts.
Investigators obtained an arrest warrant for Rodriguez, and the Los Angeles County District Attorney s office filed three charges of drug sales against him, police said in a written statement.
They believed this person was operating out of the business, and it wasn t an isolated incident, Peterson said.
It did not appear the establishment itself was linked to the alleged narcotics sales, he said.
There s no evidence showing that the club was associated with it whatsoever, the sergeant said.

It appears (Rodriguez) was acting on his own behalf.
Red owner Everett Ramos said he was shocked by the arrest of Rodriguez, one of 10 security guards contracted through Executive Sentry Services on any given business night.

After about 10 ABC agents and police officers arrested Rodriguez, Ramos said they told him of the allegations.
Representatives of Sentry Executive Services could not be reached for comment Saturday.
Ramos said he saw no signs Rodriguez was up to illegal activity, and he appeared to be a good worker.
I run a legitimate businesses, Ramos said.

I m always willing to do things to make it better.
Though officials appeared friendly during their visit to Red late Friday, Ramos said he wished they could have made the arrest in a more discreet way.
It didn t look good, he said.
In addition to the criminal investigation targeting Rodriguez, ABC officials planned to conduct an administrative investigation, and city officials will review the businesses permits, Peterson said.
Regarding the pending administrative reviews of his business, Ramos said, I m a little bit concerned, but I ve done nothing wrong.
According to county booking records, Rodriguez was being held in lieu of $100,000 bail pending his initial court appearance, scheduled Monday in West Covina Superior Court.

PHOTOS courtesy of the Covina Police Department

Batavia man claims security guards assaulted him at Beyonce concert

BATAVIA1 A Batavia man has filed a lawsuit against the operator of the United Center in Chicago after alleging he was assaulted by security guards at a Beyonce concert in December 2013.

Curtis Eshghy filed the lawsuit March 9 in Cook County Circuit Court against United Center Joint Venture, the operator of the arena. He is seeking more than $50,000 in damages, plus attorney s fees and costs. According to the suit, Eshghy was approached by three security guards during the concert Dec.

10, 2013. He was asked to leave. He complied and walked toward the concourse with the guards, the suit stated.

While halfway up the stairs to the concourse, one of the security guards struck Eshghy in the throat, the suit stated. Eshghy then fell onto the stairs as all three guards continued to strike Eshghy as he screamed for help. One security guard placed his fingers in Eshghy s eye sockets.

The security guards then dragged Eshghy to a room and handcuffed him to a bench, the suit stated. According to the suit, emergency medical technicians arrived on the scene and transported him to John H. Stroger Jr.

Hospital in Chicago, where Eshghy was arrested. The suit stated that the United Center hired police officers to act as security the night of the concert. According to the lawsuit, United Center employees made physical contact of an insulting or provoking nature with Eshghy.

Eshghy is represented by attorney David Lipschultz, of the Chicago firm Goldberg Weisman and Cairo.

References

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