Three bikini baristas were arrested Wednesday in Everett after a two-month undercover investigation of allegedly violating the city's adult cabaret law. But police clarified Thursday that they were not booked into jail and a charging decision hasn't been made for the three, age 29, 21 and 16. The cases has been referred to the Everett City Attorney's Office for review. That office does not handle Everett City Attorney's Office. "Citizens complained that these locations served more than just coffee," said Lt. James Duffy said in a statement. "Indeed, our investigation uncovered exhibition and exposure which is outside the confines of the law. During the investigation, video surveillance showed that at times coffee or drinks were not served, but shows were paid for and given." Police said the arrests were made shortly after 1 p.m. Wednesday at two Grab-N-Go coffee stands: 2030 Broadway Ave. and 333 S.E. Everett Mall Way. Detectives will continue their investigation into all aspects of the case to determine if the coffee stand owners are involved, Everett police spokesman Aaron Snell said. Grab 'N Go Coffee was the subject of another undercover police investigation in 2009. According to police reports, baristas there posed naked for photos in exchange for money and undercover officers took pictures of baristas in pasties, thongs and revealing clothing. At least five were charged with prostitution and pleaded not guilty. One of those, a 21-year-old woman, had her charge dismissed as part of a plea deal. Four others agreed to stay out of trouble for two years to have their charges dropped.