Was it relevant that Pancho placed a sign on the bar's wall stating that she was not responsible for activities related to the world's oldest profession; that she encouraged her 'hostesses' to rent rooms at the club if they would going to partake in certain activities; or that every wife in the Antelope Valley forbade their husbands to go to Pancho's claiming in was over run with prostitutes?
Several employees of the club stated that they personally drove girls, who proposed an exchange of money for a certain service, to the bus stop on Pancho's orders. But then Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz worked out a deal with Pancho to hire women with dubious reputations rather than put them behind bars.
Pancho enjoyed creating rumors and the attention those innuendos might have caused. She would drive through town with a bevy of beauties in her Cadillac and introduce them as her 'ladies of the night'. But was she a madam?