Three New York Police Department officers, including a sergeant and a lieutenant, have pleaded not guilty to breaking into a Brooklyn massage parlor and ripping out a surveillance camera and taking videotape. There were apparently trying to destroy evidence that a previous prostitution bust at the massage parlor was based on lies by one of the officers. But a backup security system caught their break in, and part of the massage parlor's security system was reportedly found in the desk of the lieutenant, Stephen Wong. Wong is also vice integrity control officer for the unit, responsible for keeping officers honest.
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