Homosexual Cops Investigated For Hosting ” Breeding” Sex Parties For Teens
*Hat Tip: Kevin D.
The arrest of a racist police sergeant’s live-in boyfriend has reportedly launched a multi-agency probe into allegations that homosexual cops in upstate New York may have hosted or participated in sex parties attended by teens not old enough to drink booze or give consent.
According to reports, Schenectady police Sgt. Jonathan E. Moore, 35, was at an auto dealership last month in Colonie, NY, when his butt-buddy, Anthony Aubin, 27, was arrested after trying to use a counterfeit check to buy a 2016 Jaguar coupe for $92,000, according to arrest records. Aubin’s arrest has since triggered a broader investigation into allegations that faggot officers may have hosted “breeding parties.”
In reference to homo sex, the term “breeding” generally does not refer to propagation of the species.
Schenectady Police Chief Eric Clifford told reporters during a press conference Wednesday that the department learned on Oct. 14 that Moore — an eight-year police veteran who has been an “above average” officer and supervisor — was identified as being present during the fraudulent transactions at the auto dealership in Colonie. He was suspended with pay pending a decision to charge him in that case and an internal investigation was launched the same day, Clifford said.
Police later interviewed Aubin on Oct. 26 and told reporters there was “no mention” of any homo sex parties or allegations of underage drinking.
“At this time, that’s all we’re going to mention as a statement into these allegations,” Clifford told reporters.
But ties to the pornography industry or connections to parolees would be violations of the department’s code of conduct, the chief said.
“He was suspended because he’s part of an active investigation by another police department,” Clifford told reporters, adding it was not appropriate to currently have Moore on the job.
Asked whether additional Schenectady officers were possibly involved, Clifford replied: “That’s a part of our internal investigation that I’m not willing to comment about right now.”
Clifford said he was “not happy” with the Times Union story, claiming he wasn’t contacted before it ran.
“I have issues with it, but nothing that I’m willing to go on record with right now,” he told reporters, adding that the department first learned of the sex party allegations from Wednesday’s Times Union story.
Clifford said he planned to contact the newspaper to address specific issues he had, but declined to elaborate.
“We were concerned that it was put out in the way that it was,” Clifford told reporters. “It’s fair to say we were blindsided by it.”
The newspaper later reported that two department spokesmen did not return calls seeking comment before the story was published online late Tuesday. Schenectady Public Safety Commissioner Wayne Bennett also did not return a call.
The Times Union also reported that the Albany Police Department’s internal affairs unit is looking into information allegedly connecting one of its officers to the larger investigation into the so-called “breeding parties.” The department launched the probe into allegations that an officer may have had unlawful contact with a teenage boy. Sources told the newspaper the investigation was fueled by statements Aubin made while in jail in Albany. Other departments may also become involved in a larger investigation, one person who was briefed on the matter told the paper.
Albany police spokesman Steven Smith declined comment, citing an ongoing investigation.
“We’re not really in a position to say anything right now,” Smith said.
Albany Police Chief Brendan Cox said he was “not really in a position” to comment when reached by the Times Union.
“There is a case we are looking into but we are not in a position to even gauge whether or not there is any truth to what has been alleged,” Cox told the newspaper.
Investigators last month, according to the Times Union, searched the Schenectady apartment shared by Aubin and Moore. In a sworn statement after Aubin’s arrest, Moore said he met Aubin roughly 10 years ago before Aubin enlisted in the Army and left upstate New York. Aubin was later arrested in 2010 and returned to the area in July after a prison sentence. Details of that conviction were not immediately available, the Times Union reports.
“We met for lunch in July and we … became friends and developed a friendship,” Moore said in the statement attributed to him, according to the newspaper.
Moore, according to the statement, said he had money problems and that Aubin offered to help him by producing “gay porn” movies for a Florida company.
Aubin accepted a contract with Bear Films and Moore “took a job with them as well,” according to his statement cited by the Times Union.
That deal later collapsed, but a Miami woman who was acting as their agent set up a new deal with another adult film company in Connecticut. Moore said FratX was supposed to wire both his and Aubin’s salaries into a bank account, but the transaction launched a “suspicious activity” report. The funds, roughly $400,000, were held until the bank could verify them.
Moore said the faggots then went car shopping and made plans to buy a home in late September.
“Anthony and I went to Capitol Luxury Cars on New Karner Road and I test drove a Jaguar … and a Range Rover Sport that Anthony was going to buy,” the officer said, according to the statement cited by the newspaper.
A rep from the adult film company then visited the dealership in Albany and promised to buy the expensive Jaguar for Aubin, Moore said.
But a bank wire transfer promised by the adult film rep never transpired and their female agent – who may have been an attorney, according to the Times Union – issued two checks to Moore and Aubin: $90,000 for the Jaguar and another $80,000 for the Range Rover.
The Jaguar promised for delivery to Moore’s residence never came through after their adult film rep told them that the car dealership sent her a cease-and-desist letter declining to do business with them.
The dealership flagged the sale after staffers searched Aubin’s name on the internet and found reports of him stealing cars from dealerships in Rhode Island, where he was arrested for stealing a Range Rover he took on a test drive but never returned, the Times Union reports.
A sales manager at Capitol Luxury Cars in Colonie later told her manager, who contacted police, while Aubin and Moore continued making arrangements to buy the Jaguar. The sales manager said Aubin then brought in a 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee last month for a trade-in, getting an offer of $30,000 that he immediately accepted.
“It seemed like he was too amenable to that offer; usually people will negotiate a bit more,” sales manager Sonia Older wrote in a statement obtained by the Times Union.
Aubin later texted Older a photograph of a Bank of America check to the dealership for $92,083, written from a purported company in Miami that “didn’t seem right,” according to the sales manager’s statement.
When Aubin was arrested by police on Oct. 14 while trying to buy the Jaguar, Moore was with him at at the dealership, Clifford confirmed to reporters on Wednesday. Aubin also allegedly used a counterfeit check for $15,000 to buy the Grand Cherokee used as part of the trade-in for the Jaguar, the newspaper reports. He’s currently being held at a jail in Albany without bail on charges of criminal possession of a forged instrument.
A man who answered a cellphone listed to John E. Moore hung up when a Post reporter seeking comment identified himself early Wednesday.
Meanwhile, in Moore’s statement to police last month, he denied knowing that the checks were bogus.
“At no time did Anthony tell me that the checks issued to me from [our agent] Sandra were fraudulent or that the business transactions were illegal in any shape or form,” Moore said in the statement. “I even ran the routing number on one of the checks she issued us and it returned to Bank of America. As far as I knew, the transactions for the vehicles were legitimate.”