Delaware Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement Agents Raid Wilmington Nightclub
A 39-year-old Wilmington man, accused of illegally selling alcohol, was arrested following a raid at a Wilmington nightclub.
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement began its investigation after receiving information that the Caribbean Delight Restaurant located at 1030 South Market Street in Wilmington was operating an after-hours nightclub known as Club Vibes. Neither the Caribbean Delight or Club Vibes is licensed by the State of Delaware to sell alcoholic beverages.
During an undercover operation, a DATE officer went into the nightclub and purchased an alcoholic beverage at a fully stocked bar. On August 31, DATE agents with the assistance of the Delaware State Police and Wilmington Police Department executed a search warrant at the Caribbean Delight. DATE agents seized a large amount of alcoholic beverages along with $7,458 in cash.
DATE agents arrested Gairy E. Brown, 39, of Wilmington and charged him with Selling Alcohol Without a License and Illegal Storage of Alcohol. Brown was arraigned at Justice of the Peace Court #11 and later released.