|Published:||Jul 24, 2012 6:57 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Jul 24, 2012 6:57 PM EDT|
FORT MYERS, Fla. - All day state agents have been in and out of a North Fort Myers medical office, gathering evidence. Around 10:15 a.m. officers rushed Luxor Industries on Tamiami Trail and served warrants. So far, no one has been arrested.
Nearby shop owners were very excited about the raid. They say suspicious activity has been happening at Luxor Industries for years and have been very concerned about safety in this shopping complex.
"We've definitely wanted these people gone because you see these druggies back and forth," said shop owner Renee Kennedy.
"It's weird like a clinic that's open only on Saturday morning and not open during the weekdays, it makes you wonder what's going on," said Sonia Haddad.
The windows are heavily tinted, no doctor's names are listed on the building, and they say the door is usually locked.
Kennedy says she and her customers have lived in fear for years, "sometimes they were even fearful to get out of their car because there was so much sketchiness going on."
"During the week days they're not open because sometimes people would come and ask me if they were open," stated Haddad.
Both women said they feel safer already.
"Anything illegal going on it makes me scared because most of the day I'm here by myself sometimes," Haddad said.
The Agency for Health Care Administration said they do not license this group.
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