|Published:||Nov 04, 2010 5:25 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Nov 04, 2010 12:15 AM EDT|
NORTH NAPLES, Fla. - Victims talk to WINK News about the Collier Sheriff's Office investigation into Blue Martini. The Sheriff's Office announced Tuesday they could not find any evidence that people who reported being drugged at the club had their drinks tampered with. Some victims don't buy it.
We called over 30 victims and many say they are surprised by the news that investigators couldn't find any evidence.
Detectives went undercover taking surveillance video, and took hair samples from alleged victims but turned up nothing.
Victims like Judith Arendt say they got the impression investigators weren't taking their claims seriously. She believes it's all been brushed under the rug so not to scare tourists.
"It's a little bothersome, but I think they're just being pressured to do it because that's the way Naples is. It's all in the tourists coming down here and spending money," Arendt explains.
Other victims tell WINK News they figured it would be difficult to find anything to prove their case, but still insist they were drugged.
Blue Martini has fully cooperated with the investigation and don't choose to comment.
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