NEW YORK (AP) — A New York prosecutor has told jurors at a criminal trial that a Drug Enforcement Administration supervisory agent and another employee lied by not disclosing their ownership in a New Jersey strip club.
Prosecutor Paul Monteleoni says the men did so because the ownership could prevent them from maintaining DEA top-secret security clearance.
The prosecutor made the accusation Tuesday during opening statements in the trial of Glen Glover, of Lyndhurst, New Jersey, and David Polos, of West Nyack (NY'-ak), New York. Glover is a suspended DEA telecommunications specialist. Polos is a retired former assistant special agent in charge of the New York office.
Defense attorney Marc Mukasey says prosecutors wrongly took an investment and hobby and insisted it should have been described as a job on a government document.