Strip club dancers say Boston's $ 2,500 paid for Boston - Boston Herald

PAWTUCKET, R.I. – The police and court records say that there are two Rhode Island strip club dancers who are causing a police officer gun in Boston to stole saying that $ 2,500 was made for them for sex.

The Providence Journal reports the records that both women say to authorities The Boston official, Emanuel Brandao, organized a "date" with the last weekend that ended at Pawtucket, Rhode Island, a hotel.

The records said Brandao said to himself and to the women who were "hanging out" and found that his gun was missing after they left. The gun was subsequently found at a fire station.

Providence's women – Neish Rivera and Melissa Dacier – are kept on lacquer and conspiracy charges.

Representative Reports Brandao's paid leave is pending an investigation. A man who responded to a phone replied to Brandao that it was not Saturday.

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Information from: The Providence Journal, http://www.providencejournal.com

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