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California Officers Disciplined For Station Sex With Strip Club Workers

November 19, 2010  | 

Two Rialto (Calif.) Police officers have resigned and four others were severely reprimanded after an internal investigation into allegations they had sex with strip-club workers at station headquarters, reports the Los Angeles Times.

According to the report, a waitress at the Spearmint Rhino Gentleman's Club in Rialto, Nancy Holtgreve, is suing the city for $500,000, alleging the department violated her civil rights after her relationship with one officer soured when she got pregnant by him, and the officer began threatening her.

Read the full story at LATimes.com.


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