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Detroit Officer Who Moonlighted As Stripper Testifies In Murder Case

April 21, 2010  | 

A Detroit police officer who investigators say moonlighted as an exotic dancer under the name Almond Joy provided deposition testimony in the case of the murder of another exotic dancer, the Detroit News reports.

Investigators say the two women may have danced at a stripper party in 2002 at the official mayoral residence, the Manoogian Mansion, organized by disgraced former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.

The officer, Paytra Williams, worked in the office of Police Chief Jerry Oliver at the time and was transferred to Kilpatrick's executive protection unit. She is now working with the narcotics unit.

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