‘Coffee Shop’ restaurant in Kentucky is ‘full of criminals’

A Kentucky cafe racer is facing felony charges for running a sex ring out of a cafe.

The Associated Press obtained video and audio of the arrest of Robert E. Bmw and his son, Kerbey Lane.

They were arrested on Wednesday.

The video shows Kerbey in a police van as police search the couple’s home.

The AP obtained a court document that describes the alleged activities.

In the video, a man in a blue hoodie and jeans walks up to Bmwns door and knocks on it.

Bmwn then opens the door and enters the cafe, where two women are sitting on a couch.

Bmanwn said he was there to buy a pizza, but when he got there, he saw the two women and told them he was going to pay for the pizza.

He then left the cafe.

The woman said she was going back to the motel to check on her brother.

She later called the police and the boyfriend of the woman, who was not named in the complaint, was arrested later that night.

Bamwn said his son and son-in-law were arrested for sexual abuse of children.

“It was pretty crazy.

They’re kind of big, intimidating dudes, and I didn’t really know what to do,” he said.

Bklynk said his wife was also arrested.

He said she is the mother of two girls.

He added that he and his wife were trying to make ends meet and that they didn’t think their son would end up on the wrong side of the law.

A judge set bail at $100,000.

Bks charges carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.

His attorney, Daniel Loehr, did not immediately return a message seeking comment.

Bmbys attorney, Robert Bmwen, could not be reached for comment.