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STAMFORD — The former owner of a Norwalk strip club and one of his dancers have applied for a probation program for first-time offenders that would wipe away their criminal charges.
They were arrested in December during a drug and prostitution sting at the Liberty Square club. They will next appear in court on May 25 when their attorneys will argue to Judge Richard Comerford why they should be accepted into the probation program. Under the program, they face up to two years of probation, and if completed without an another arrest, the charges will be dismissed and erased from their records.
To grant the program, Comerford must find they will likely not offend in the future and that the charges are not serious in nature. Bryan, of Mount Vernon, N. Morrell and Bryan were among 11 arrested following a month-long undercover investigation by Norwalk police. Several incidents at the Liberty Square club involving fights, drug dealing, prostitution, stabbings, liquor violations, larcenies, medical calls for drunk patrons and other disturbances prompted the police investigation.
In March, months after a Stamford judge signed off on a restraining order that closed the club, Morrell agreed to vacate the property and forfeit his liquor license. The owners of the building also agreed not to lease it to any entity that Morrell has a controlling interest in.
According to the complaint that shut down the club, Bryan was paid by undercover officers from the Norwalk police department and state police for sexual favors. Bryan was then seen paying off the bouncer in the club. Other women also provided sexual favors and drugs to the undercover officers on numerous occasions, the complaint said. Gene Morrell. Caption Close. Image 1 of 1. Back to Gallery. Most Popular.