CLUB NIKKI'S STRIP CLUB OWNER AND EMPLOYEES ARRESTED DURING CIAA WEEKEND
Alcohol Law Enforcement agents assisted Charlotte-Mecklenburg police to arrest Club Nikki's strip club owner Cory Headen and three of his employees in connection with a murder investigation. Cory was charged with failing to properly supervise the strip club. The arrests took place during CIAA weekend.
Club Nikki's strip club is located on Little Rock Rd. Charlotte, NC.
The three employees arrested on suspicion of allowing criminal activity to take place at the club were identified as 50-year-old Tamera Butler, 40-year-old Ricky Helms and 47-year-old Nelson Craig.
A shooting occurred at Club Nikki's during the 2019 NBA All-Star weekend, that left a man dead. Alcohol Law Enforcement agents are trying to get Club Nikki's strip club liquor licensed permanently revoked.
It is suggested that Club Nikki's clearly doesn't care about violations. Between 2009 and 2016, there were seven violations recorded at Club Nikki's by Alcohol Law Enforcement, resulting in $15,900 in fines.
Some past violations include drugs being allowed in the club and underage workers.
Friday and Saturday night, ALE special agents arrested more than 123 people for alcohol, drug, firearm, and gambling charges during a state-wide crackdown in partnership with local, state and federal agencies. Each of the eight districts targeted violence and illegal activity anywhere alcohol was sold – whether legally or illegally.