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Schenectady police stripper party probe should be done soon

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An investigation of a Schenectady police party featuring strippers should be wrapped up by early next week at the latest, Police Chief Mark Chaires said Wednesday. Off-duty officers on the midnight shift hired women from Tops in Bottoms Entertainment for a party last week at Johnny Goo’s Clam Shack on Lower Broadway. These mostly young officers working the midnight to 8 a.m. shift gathered at the bar, which is owned by a retired police officer, ...

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safny
December 26, 2012
10:22 p.m.

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So - they were in the bar watching the strippers for hours, while drinking, but no one drove home under the influence?

mezz3131
December 27, 2012
1:01 a.m.

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Is it "off-duty" that people are confused with? Or maybe "no illegal activity" that people can't understand. To the best of my knowledge the city of schenectady doesn't own these guys (and/or girls). People do not have a right to know what happens after these men and women take their uniforms off. Plus , as far as we know this was not a police sactioned event, the city paid for none of this. This is co-workers having a good legal time together, nothing more. It's time for the folks at the gazette and some of its readers to get a hobby and stop worrying about what the police are doing when they are not working.

dmorgan
December 27, 2012
3:42 a.m.

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Have to say that in the history of transgressions by Schenectady cops, this elicits at best a yawn.

wmarincic
December 27, 2012
11:07 a.m.

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Once the police take off their uniforms and leave work. THEY ARE PRIVATE CITIZENS, and what they do in their own free time as private citizens is nobodies business as long as they are not breaking laws. BTW, there were designated drivers.

clifford
December 28, 2012
2:14 a.m.

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The problem is that the Department allows the Gazette to dictate discipline and policy. There is NO VIOLATION OF THE LAW. Chaires and McCarthy should tell this rag of a paper to go scratch. Unfortunately, EVERY time Kathleen Moore writes an article it elicits a response from the Department. Why not just say "these officers did nothing wrong, we have no further comment."

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