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The reputation of the properties grew at police headquarters over the years.
Repeated 911 calls involving drugs, robberies, violence and even a homicide at the Bunny Club in 1998 created an aura of crime around the places, authorities said. Pak's business, Mun Enterprises, had legal brothels in Elko, Nev.
The lawyer who handled Elstad's case on the federal charges was former U. They are assessed at a total of about $320,000, according to municipal tax records.
The Anchorage Police Department, which spearheaded the investigations, stands to gain 80 percent of the proceeds.
In the years that Pak owned the real estate, seven women with criminal histories that included prostitution offenses held business licenses on the properties, according to a February 2004 search warrant affidavit filed in U. And Pak pleaded no contest to prostitution charges in 1992 in Anchorage, according to the affidavit.
Several police raids starting in the early 1990s on Pak's Anchorage properties discovered sex toys and naked men.
On a recent afternoon, a school bus pulled up to the nearby curb and unloaded children.
Moon's House, similar in structure with big front windows, is across the street.
The IRS will claim the remaining funds."I just hope somebody buys it and does something nice with it or tears it down," said Janice Lawson, administrator for Northern Lights Preschool and Kindergarten, which is next door to the property that was Miss Susies.