Officer Terminated From Job After His Service Gun Was Stolen

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A Boston cop whose service weapon was stolen amid a meeting with two strippers at a Rhode Island lodging has been sacked of his job.

Sgt. John Boyle informed that an officer named Emanuel Brandao was terminated on March 28 because of conduct considered unsatisfactory.

The 37-year-old Brandao had been set on leave after the firearm was stolen from the glove box of his vehicle toward the beginning of February.

Brandao told experts he and the ladies were “hanging out” at Pawtucket lodging, and he found his firearm missing after they left.

The firearm was discovered via the mail slot at a Providence fire station.

The ladies told officials Brandao paid them $2,500 for having intercourse with him.

A call was made trying to contact Brando to get a statement on the matter. A man who picked up the telephone Tuesday at a registered number for Brandao said it was the wrong number. Another number rang unanswered.

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