ALFRED, Maine - A Maine police investigator says a Zumba instructor who videotaped prostitution at her dance studio also videotaped a search warrant being executed -- and that her alleged co-conspirator watched it live from his office 100 miles away.
Kennebunk Police Officer Audra Presby testified Monday in the trial of an insurance agent charged with promoting prostitution. Presby says investigators found a video showing her, a detective and the police chief.
Mark Strong Sr. is accused of helping Alexis Wright use her fitness studio as a front for prostitution.
Strong acknowledged co-signing for Wright's studio lease but contends he didn't profit from her activities. She will be tried later.
Videos played for jurors last week indicate Strong discussed operational details with Wright and watched paid-sex from his computer 100 miles away in Thomaston.
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