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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A Miami strip club is back open after more than a dozen people were arrested there earlier this month.

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Wonderland Strip Club on Biscayne Boulevard and 78th street reopened on Wednesday evening.

The reopening comes on the heels of an undercover investigation which led to the raid and arrest of thirteen people on November 7th. Those arrested included dancers from the club, managers and other employees, even the disc jockey.

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Officers from the city of Miami as well as the Florida’s Department of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco went undercover in the club where they claimed dancers sold them cocaine, marijuana, as well as offering sex in exchange for cash.

Police said during the raid they also found small stashes of cocaine around the club.

Club managers were also arrested for serving liquor after the club was supposed to be closed.

The owner was also cited for fire safety violations.

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