Strip Club Dancers Say Boston Officer Paid Them $2,500 For Sex

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PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP/WBZ NewsRadio) — Police and court records say two Rhode Island strip club dancers charged with stealing a Boston police officer's gun are alleging the officer paid them $2,500 for sex.

The Providence Journal reports the records say the two women told authorities Boston officer Emanuel Brandao arranged a "date" with them last weekend that ended at a Pawtucket, Rhode Island, hotel.

Brandao allegedly met one of the woman, Neish Rivera, on Instagram. Rivera referred to herself has "Natalia." They met up at the Hampton Inn in Pawtucket.

The records say Brandao told police he and the women were "hanging out" and he discovered his gun was missing after they left. The gun was later found at a fire station.

Boston Officer On Leave After Accusing Strippers Of Stealing His Gun
Boston Officer On Leave After Accusing Strippers Of Stealing His Gun
A Boston Police officer is on paid administrative leave after a trip to a Rhode Island club and the alleged theft of his gun by a pair of strippers.

The Providence women — Neish Rivera and Melissa Dacier — are detained on larceny and conspiracy charges.

The Journal reports Brandao is on paid leave pending an investigation. A man who answered a phone listing for Brandao said he wasn't there Saturday.

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WBZ NewsRadio's Bill Marcus ( @BillMarcusWBZ ) reports

 

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