News DEA agents convicted of not disclosing ownership in strip club By Newsday Updated June 9, 2016 9:44 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Two Drug Enforcement Administration agents were convicted in Manhattan federal court Thursday of failing to disclose a secret interest in the Twins Go-Go Lounge, a New Jersey strip club. Retired agent David Polos, 52, of West Nyack, and telecommunications specialist Glen Glover, 46, of Lyndhurst, New Jersey, were convicted after just a few hours of jury deliberations of hiding their ownership interest in 2011 when they filled out security clearance forms. Polos, a former assistant director in the DEA’s New York office, was also convicted of not disclosing that he had a romantic relationship with a dancer who entered the country illegally. The government said the two kept their ownership secret because they knew the agency would prohibit involvement at a club that could attract drugs and prostitution. By Newsday John Riley covers courts in New York City for Newsday. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.