The massive raid that led to nearly a dozen arrests, including a Snohomish County sergeant, has raised questions about what's actually going on inside Everett's bikini coffee stands.
Two women who work at Java Juggs and Twin Peaks Coffee say they love their jobs and don't want to leave. The women, who don't want to be identified, say they serve coffee in a bikini and a smile -- nothing more and nothing less.
Several of their co-workers are now under investigation for lewd conduct and even prostitution, but the women say the story isn't what it seems.
"The worst of it is that we're half naked. You pull up to Java Juggs and you know that," said one of the women.
It may not be a job most would do, but the two women say they're doing nothing wrong.
"They made it such a big deal, like we're these horrible people," the second barista said.
Eight people, including Sgt. Darrell O'Neill with the Snohomish County sheriff's office, were arrested earlier this week in connection with the controversial coffee stands.
The two barista's say they were completely blindsided by the bust.
"I've never heard of anything (illegal), and I've worked there for two years. Never seen it. Never heard of it," said one of the women.
Both admit it's possible that other women exposed themselves and performed sexual acts, but they don't want the reputation of their already risque business to get any worse.
"From what the reports are, it makes it sound like all of us are doing that, and I know that's false because I'm here now saying that I never did that," one of the women said.
The baristas say all they know about O'Neill is that he was friendly with managers and looked out for them. But still, they can't rule out the possibility that something inappropriate happened at the stands while they weren't there.
"You can't control every single girl and I can only speak for myself," one of the baristas said.
O'Neill is currently on administrative leave, and police haven't ruled out making more arrests in the case.