Police bust up alleged after-hours druggie sex den in Charlestown
Boston Police report arresting five people "in various levels and forms of undress" on drug charges at a Sullivan Square home early this morning. A sixth person was arrested on a warrant for motor-vehicle violations.
Police say 87 Cambridge St. had become a place where those in the know could buy drugs and partake of "sexually-themed instruments and costumes."
Police say three of the men arrested are employees of the Centerfolds strip club in Chinatown; one woman found in the house might have ties to an escort service.
In addition to the sex gear, police say they also found drugs, digital scales, spoons, syringes, cell phones and plastic bags. Also seized, police say, a flyer reading "Come party with us. $5 at the door."
Those charged: Cortney Bergstom, 25, of Woburn, possession of a Class A and Class B drugs; James Imbert, 25, possession of a Class B drug with intent to distribution, Marcus Smith, 19, possession of a Class B drug with intent to distribute and an outstanding drug warrant; Toni Janton, 18, an outstanding warrant related to a violation of the motor vehicle laws; Luis Viaud, 22, possession of a Class B drug with intent to distribute and an outstanding drug warrant; Hendricks Berdet, 25, possession of a Class B drug with intent to distribute.