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A prostitute stole an off-duty New York Police Department officer’s personal car with his gun in the front seat when the officer stopped at an ATM to pay her.

Police arrested the prostitute and recovered the vehicle on Wednesday but the officer’s gun is still missing, according to the New York Post.

Soon-to-be-former Officer Ali Sheppard was in his personal 2015 Jeep Wrangler when he hired Taquanna Lawton at about 12:15 a.m. Tuesday, anonymous sources told the New York Post.

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The pair were going to a hotel in East New York but Sheppard, 38, made a stop at an ATM at the Imperial Hotel to take out money from an ATM.

While Sheppard was getting the money, Lawton, 20, drove off with his vehicle while the officer’s Smith & Wesson pistol was on the front seat.

Police caught Lawton and the Jeep Wrangler along with narcotics and drug paraphernalia. Lawton was charged with grand larceny and possession of stolen property, according to police.

Lawton told police she was hired for a threesome, according to the New York Post. She said there was another woman with her when they took off in Sheppard’s car.

Lawton was sent to the hospital when it was determined she was also pregnant.

Sheppard has been on the police force for 13 years. He was suspended, according to the New York Post. He made $105,819 last year, the New York Post reported.

“He was immediately suspended and he’ll be facing some disciplinary action,” NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill said Wednesday, according to the New York Post. “We’re working on the investigation.”

The officer’s father was shocked at his son’s actions.

“You’ve got to be f**king kidding me,” Eugene Sheppard said while in his home that he shares with his son, according to the New York Post. “I’m in total shock. I would never have thought this. The man has been in the service twice. I’ve never heard that he would pick up a prostitute.”

The father said his son was a “good kid.”

“I’ve never known anything like this to happen to him,” Eugene said.

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Recently, a strip club in Ohio bit off more than they could chew after losing its liquor license following an investigation that proved it allowed customers to use food stamps to buy lap dances and drugs.

During their five-month investigation, Ohio undercover agents used over $2,400 in food stamps to buy the dances, along with a variety of drugs including cocaine, heroin, and fentanyl.

According to reports, agents began the investigation into Twenty Two Fifty Inc., also known as Sharkey’s Bar, in May 2017, officially closing the entertainment establishment.

Criminal charges were filed against patrons and employees for drug trafficking, food stamp trafficking, distribution of heroin, aggravated shipment, engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity and illegal sexual activity.

Agents also filed 44 charges that were heard by the Liquor Control Commission, including drug sale, drug possession, engaging in sexual activity, solicitation, and food stamp trafficking. It remains unclear how the strip club was able to pull off its food stamp hustle, or how they got a food-stamp machine.

This is the second entertainment establishment liquor permit that has been revoked by the Liquor Control Commission, due to an investigation by the Ohio Investigating Unit, dealing with food stamps and drug trafficking. The other location, The Harem, lost its liquor license in May 2018 and was ordered to close for 12 months, after the judge granted a preliminary injunction after a 9-month long investigation.

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James E Windsor, Overpasses News Desk
October 5th, 2018

 

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