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REDLANDS A child's dream park has apparently become the backdrop for every parent's nightmare. At Pharaoh's Theme and Water Park, a now defunct amusement park, the trademark pulsating beats and flashing lights of a rave have replaced the cheerful blips and bleeps of arcade games. Scantily clad teenagers, some as young as 12, laden with candy jewelry and pacifiers crowd into the same building where video game obsessed youngsters once pleaded with parents for one more quarter. Trash is strewn among the California Street grounds. The drug Ecstacy passes hand to hand in dark corners. Sweaty bodies throng together and nod to the electronic music being spun by deejays. This is what Paul Mupo of Yucaipa tried to unsuccessfully navigate on the night of Feb. 14 in search of his 14 year old daughter, who snuck off to the all night, all ages rave and turned up two days later, stranded in a Beaumont parking lot in the pouring rain. "If I knew something like this was going on, I would keep a better eye on my daughter," Soccer Cleats Vapors

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Pharoah's permits and determine whether the city could intervene. "I've got serious concerns about the behavior officers saw down there," Bueermann said. "They are completely inconsistent with the values of this community." On Wednesday, property owner Shahvand Aryana promised police officials that any raves or all night parties thrown at Pharaoh's would be restricted to ages 18 and up. Aryana did not return calls. Former owner Art Braswell, who along with his brothers operated Pharaoh's for almost a decade Football Cleats That Make You Faster

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beginning in 1996, said he did not have any information on the current activities. Albert Kelley, a retired Redlands teacher who lives about six miles from the location, said the raves have been going on for at least two years. The party was so loud Feb. and found thousands of parked cars and kids running everywhere. He was so disturbed by what he saw that made a request at the Redlands City Council meeting that the place be shut down for good. Although it was obvious mid week that a large event had recently unfolded at the venue, a security guard at the gate denied that it was a rave. It took two missing girls reports, filed Feb. 15, to prompt the action taken so far. The nightmare for the Mupo family and the Killion family of Highland, whose daughter was with Mupo's, Football Boots With Heels started early Saturday night. Both girls apparently made up stories of where they planned to spend the evening. The last time Rita Killion saw her daughter that weekend was when Mupo's daughter arrived with a 40 year old man, whom she said was her uncle. curfew for Mupo's daughter rolled around, she called her father on someone else's cell phone asking if she could spend the night at a friend's house. Mupo said no and when he later called the cell phone number back, he learned she was at Pharaoh's. The concerned father drove there expecting to find about 100 kids at a club, and was shocked to find thousands. "There were girls in their underwear, kids smoking and getting high and loud thumping music," Mugo said. "My mouth opened so wide, it could have fallen on the floor." He could not find his daughter in the crowd and on Sunday reported her missing to the Sheriff's Department. Mugo then called Killion to tell her the two girls were together and with a 40 year old man from Denver, Colo., who is believed to frequent these raves. The panic stricken parents also posted fliers and began a frantic search of local orange groves for the girls. "I was crying the whole time and honestly believed we would find their bodies in the groves," Killion said. Instead, the girls showed up at a Home Depot in Beamount late Monday afternoon, cold, wet and recovering from an Ecstasy binge. Sheriff's detectives said they are still investigating the incident even though the girls were found safely. It was not immediately clear whether they have identified the man who took the teens to the Valentine's night rave, but officials said the only charge he is likely to face is contributing to the delinquincy of minors. The girls denied any sexual involvement with the man. Killion said she has not let her daughter out of her sight since she returned home. She hopes that if the raves continue to be held at Pharoah's, they will definitely be off limits for underage teens. "Something needs to happen, because there is no one there to take care of these younger kids and they don't know what they are getting into," she said. The police chief said he understands the concerns of parents and is happy the raves will no longer be open to young teens. Police officers will likely still be contracted with event organizers to monitor raves thrown at Pharoah's. "I completely understand why somebody would be concerned about what went on down there," Bueerman said. "But if we can't stop the raves, I would prefer our officers were there."

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