PHOTOS: Dancers at Carousel Lounge arrested for nudity, manufacturing controlled substances

tstevens@ledger-enquirer.comMay 9, 2013 

Four dancers were arrested at the Carousel Lounge Tuesday night after one woman was found dancing nude and all were found without alcohol beverage license cards, according to a Columbus Police report.

Police arrived at the night club on the 3000 block of Victory Drive at about 10:40 p.m. while conducting club checks throughout the city.

While conducting the check at Carousel Lounge, Adriane Barclay, 25, was approached and asked for her ABC card. She told the officer she did not have one because it was her first night. She was charged with an ABC card violation and taken into custody.

Jerrica Spellman, 23, was also charged with not having an ABC card and taken into custody.

Lazavia Williams was charged with an ABC card violation and manufacturing controlled substances and taken into custody, according to the Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office website. The type of controlled substances Williams was allegedly manufacturing was not specified.

Canvas Barrett was charged with an ABC card violation and dancing totally nude in an adult establishment, according to the Sheriff’s Office website.

Columbus law prevents full-frontal nudity, meaning dancers must wear underwear that covers the vaginal area and pasties over nipples.

All four women were transported to Muscogee County Jail.

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