Two DEA Employees Arrested For Lying About Running $600,000 Strip Club

Posted: May 20, 2015 in Politics

A pair of New York Drug Enforcement Administration employees were arrested on Wednesday by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for lying about operating a New Jersey strip club on the side.

Former DEA special agent David Polos, 51, and DEA information technology specialist Glen Glover, 45, could face up to five years in prison for making false statements during a national security background check, the New York Times reports.

For the last five years, the two allegedly operated a strip club in Hackensack, NJ called ‘Twin’s Go-Go Lounge,’ according to the New York Daily News.

A complaint alleges that they bought the lounge in 2010 for $180,000 but claimed on official paperwork in August and September 2011 that they had no employment outside of the drug agency, reports.

Both had ownership interests in the strip club while working for the DEA, the Times reports.  A spokeswoman told the Times that Glover has been placed on administrative leave.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said that by keeping the ownership from the DEA the two betrayed ‘the oaths they had taken and creating needless risk for the agency they worked for.’

Full Story @ [Daily Mail]


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