Officer: Zumba teacher had badge in her SUV
ALFRED, Maine (AP) — A Zumba instructor accused of prostitution had $1,000 cash, a badge and state identification as an assistant investigator in her sport utility vehicle, according to testimony Friday by a police officer testifying in the trial of an insurance agent connected to the case.
Lawyers for Mark Strong say instructor Alexis Wright studied under Strong to become a private investigator. But a state police spokesman said Friday that licensed private investigators aren't allowed to carry badges.
There were no details on the badge. Other items seized from Wright's office, studio and home included computers, hard drives, condoms, baby oil and personal lubricants, said Audra Presby, the lead investigator.
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