Titus Taggart, an 18-year vet of the New York State Police, has been suspended for allegedly hosting prostitution parties, the New York Post reports.
When he wasn’t working out of his post in Buffalo, Taggart spent his time promoting parties that allegedly featured hookers. Investigators are still figuring out what the women actually did at the parties Taggart hosted. It is also believed that some of the ladies came over from Canada. This caused federal authorities to join the investigation.
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The Post has more:
‘’[The probe has been] going on for several months,” a source close to the State Police told The Post. “The investigation’s is about Taggart’s work as a party promoter on the side. He was suspended because he promoted a party last year at which prostitution apparently took place. [The] question is the degree of his involvement, if any.”
The man made more than $100,000 last year, so it’s not as if he was hurting for money. Taggart has not been charged with any crime.
Read the rest of this story at the New York Post.