The dive, called the Twins Plus Go-Go Lounge, has repeatedly been cited by state regulators for lewdness because the dancers over-exposed themselves — and also took money for sex in the private lap dance rooms, the complaint says.
Agent David Polos, who is now retired, and employee Glen Glover, who is on administrative leave, are also in hot water for supervising their club via computer and smartphone apps during paid DEA shifts, and for lying on government paperwork by claiming they did not have any outside employment.
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The mammary mecca was a financial success despite the $1 domestic bottle specials and free buffets the place occasionally offered. Between May 2011 and August 2014, about $600,000 in cash proceeds were deposited into the joint’s bank accounts, the complaint says.
The “go-go” lounge was described in classic FBI-speak in the complaint as “an adult entertainment establishment located in South Hackensack, New Jersey featuring scantily clad and sometimes topless women (‘dancers’) and offers private stalls for what are supposed to be limited-contact dances between patrons and those dancers, commonly called ‘lap dances.’”
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Polos was an assistant special agent-in-charge who supervised the New York Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force. Glover was a telecommunications specialist.
DEA staffers secretly owned strip club with illegal immigrant dancers: feds
By Josh Saul and Laura Italiano
New York Post
May 20, 2015 | 12:32pm