No Charges Against Cop Husband Of Alleged Prostitute

Denise McCoy is accused of co-running a prostitution business in Boca Raton. Her husband, Boca Raton Police Officer Sam McCoy, is on paid administrative leave.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — No charges have been filed or are pending against Sam McCoy, the Boca Raton Police Officer who is married to Denise McCoy, accused of co-running a prostitution company in Boca.

McCoy is on paid administrative leave. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) is investigating what role, if any, he had in the operation. There is no suggestion at this point by law enforcement officials that he was a part of the alleged prostitution business.

Denise McCoy, 34, and Sara Marin, 42, are alleged to have run “Sara's Entertainment” in Boca which investigators claim was a front for paid escorts who provided sex.

Both McCoy and Marin have been charged with prostitution-related offenses.

Officer McCoy has been the subject of disciplinary proceedings while employed as an officer with Boca PD, but has also be recognized for providing outstanding service to the community.

 

 

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