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Weapons, unknown prescription pills confiscated in downtown Joplin raid

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Updated at 3:55 PM CST:  Authorities have released information concerning last night's raid of a tattoo parlor in Joplin.

The Joplin Narcotics Unit and Jasper County Drug Task Force with the help of a SWAT team and K-9's raided the Old 66 Tattoo Parlor on 7th and Highland and a home next door.

They confiscated weapons, unknown prescription pills, and what authorities call suspicious documents.

Authorities say the tattoo parlor is affiliated with Midwest Drifters Motorcycle Club.

No arrests have been made.

Posted October 4, 2012 at 12:06 PM CST:  The Jasper County Drug Task Force launched a raid in downtown Joplin Wednesday night.

The raid involved a SWAT team with guns drawn and K-9 units.

Authorities raided the old 66 Tattoo Parlor on 7th and Highland after conducting an investigation.  It started with a complaint of drug activity at the parlor and reports of weapons violations.

No other details have been released.

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