Saturday, December 13, 2008

Swingers Clubs, Police, Prostitution, and Colluding with Drug Dealers?




A Swingers Club event was busted by cops in Connecticut. Were the cops angry they weren't given some "protection" sex, or did the operators not know which liquor commission official to bribe, not to get shut down?

A Connecticut bar owner told me he was a target of a police sting, and set up, as his father owned the bar previously, and the liquor control agent who the father bribed, retired. The son didn't know who to bribe, and was then allegedly targeted to lose his business and to go to prison. [Peter Griffin's Cadillac Ranch, Southington, Connecticut, story, scroll down]

Police in Connecticut can be too busy sleeping with prostitutes, hanging out with drug dealers, and starting criminal motorcycle gangs to answer citizens' calls into police. [story]

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Investigation Continues, The Hartford Courant:

Three Facing Charges Tied To Swingers' Party In Windsor Locks

By HILDA MUĂ‘OZ
December 13, 2008


Hot times among consenting adults at the Beverly Hills Suites hotel in Windsor Locks have suddenly gone cold.

The bar at the 170-room hotel at 383 South Center St., which had been routinely reserved for swingers' events, was visited in early November by undercover town police and state liquor control agents. They found some of the swingers engaging in oral sex and intercourse in the bar, known as Club 91.

"Swingers night" at the suites, a weekly activity that had been ongoing for months and that once boasted more than 300 of the hottest couples in New England, went beyond the generally accepted boundary of social decency and violated state liquor regulations, police said.

The hotel owner, the bar permittee and a Connecticut Department of Correction officer who organized the parties were arrested.

Nicholas Maulucci, a correction officer assigned to the MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution in Suffield, was charged with obscenity and public indecency. Maulucci is also manager of Hot Couples Parties LLC in Simsbury, the entity that organized the event.

Sharok Jacobi, 46, of Great Neck, N.Y., owner of the Beverly Hills Suites, and Brian B. True, 42, of Granby, the licensed permittee of Club 91, are both charged with accessory to the same charges.

Jacobi denies the allegations and plans to plead not guilty when he appears in Superior Court in Enfield Thursday, his attorney, J. Patton Brown, said.

True's attorney, Aaron J. Romano, said his client also denies the charges.

On Friday, a DOC spokesman said the department is aware of Maulucci's arrest and is looking into the matter.

The hotel and True also were cited by the state liquor control agents for violating several regulations, including smoking inside the building, nudity, sex acts, not serving food and improper use of a service bar.

Windsor Locks Police Chief John Suchocki said the investigation continues.

Maulucci told police that he rented the hotel for $500 per event under a 2-year-old agreement with Jacobi, according to an arrest warrant. The hotel closed the bar to the public during the parties, and swinging couples paid a $40 admission fee.

A tip to a liquor control agent prompted an investigation in November, the arrest affidavit says. Two Windsor Locks detectives and two agents with the Liquor Control Division registered online with fake names for a swingers' night on Nov. 8 that was attended by 60 or 70 people, the affidavit states.

Partially clothed men and women had oral sex, intercourse, masturbated and simulated sex while a photographer took pictures, the affidavit says. Many of the partygoers scattered when they realized police were in the building, the affidavit states.

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