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Turning the Tables 

Police have made a number of arrests and seizures of DJ equipment at underground parties and clubs. Is it enforcement or harassment?

Wednesday, Mar 17 2010

Page 6 of 6

Vladimir Cood, owner of Butter, speculated that the media attention has driven Bertrand and Ott underground. The last time Cood spotted Ott and Bertrand driving down 11th Street was in late February. They were driving in their unmarked car. They didn't even slow down, he said; he saw their faces briefly, and then they rolled on by.

In an earlier version of this story, the writer mistakenly attributed a statement to Robbie Kowal of Mojito about a rumored meeting between Police Chief George Gascón and Entertainment Commissioner Terrance Alan. Mr. Kowal's last name was also misspelled. We regret the errors.

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