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State trooper among those accused of running prostitution, gambling ring out of Lackawanna County gentlemen's club

MAYFIELD, Pa. — A Pennsylvania State Police trooper is among four men arrested for alleged involvement in illegal activity at a Lackawanna County gentlemen's club, State Police announced Thursday.

Trooper Robert E. Covington Jr., 48, a 13-year veteran of the police force, was allegedly co-owner of the Sinners Swing Gentlemen's Club in Mayfield Borough, police say. 

He, along with the club's other co-owner and two employees, are accused of promoting illicit activity involving prostitution, gambling, and money laundering, according to police.

Covington was assigned to the Bureau of Gaming Enforcement's Pocono Downs Wilkes-Barre Office, State Police said in a press release announcing the charges. He had been on restricted duty during the investigation of the allegations against him and is currently suspended without pay pending resolution of the charges, according to State Police.

  • David P. Klem, 39, of Eynon, PA, the club's co-owner
  • Michael P. Ball, 49, of Dalton, PA, the club's manager
  • Deanna E. Tallo, 32, of Troop, PA, a club employee

The arrests follow a 17-month investigation by members of the Pennsylvania State Police, in partnership with prosecutors from the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General.

“Members of the PSP take an oath to seek justice without consideration of class, color, creed, or condition, and that means conducting thorough and unbiased investigations into our own troopers when necessary,” said Colonel Robert Evanchick, commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police. “The criminal conduct uncovered in this case betrays the trust of the communities we serve, and we hope the investigation and the resulting charges demonstrate our department’s commitment to fairness and transparency.”

In November 2018, the PSP Bureau of Criminal Investigation received information from PSP Troop R that David Klem and his business partner, an active-duty member of PSP later identified as Covington, owned and operated Sinners Swing Gentlemen’s Club. 

Initial allegations indicated the club was being used to promote illicit activity.

The investigation developed evidence that was presented to a statewide investigating grand jury alleging that Covington, Klem, and the other co-defendants were operating a corrupt organization.

Covington is charged with:

  • Corrupt Organizations
  • Criminal Conspiracy
  • Prostitution and Related Offenses
  • Gambling Devices, Gambling, Etc.
  • Dealing in Proceeds of Unlawful Activities
  • Criminal Use of a Communication Facilty
  • Unsworn Falsification to Authorities
  • Financial Interest Statement Violation
  • Corrupt Organizations
  • Criminal Conspiracy
  • Prostitution and Related Offenses
  • Gambling Devices, Gambling, Etc.
  • Dealing in Proceeds of Unlawful Activities
  • Criminal Use of a Communication Facilty
  • Corrupt Organizations
  • Criminal Conspiracy
  • Prostitution and Related Offenses
  • Gambling Devices, Gambling, Etc.
  • Corrupt Organizations
  • Criminal Conspiracy
  • Prostitution and Related Offenses

The case was investigated by the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation; Senior Deputy Attorney General Erik L. Olsen and Assistant Chief Deputy Attorney General Adrian S. Shchuka, Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, are prosecuting the case.

“Thank you to our partners at the Pennsylvania State Police for their work on this investigation," Attorney General Josh Shapiro said in a statement. "At the recommendation of the 44th Statewide Investigating Grand Jury, we are charging four individuals for running an illegal gambling and prostitution ring.

"No one is above the law, and when a member of law enforcement breaks the law and breaks the public trust that all officers are duty-bound to protect — there must be accountability.”

The four individuals charged surrendered today at Troop R, Dunmore. Charges were filed in Magisterial District Court 45-3-04. 

On Friday, Colonel Robert Evanchick, commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police, announced that 91 cadets graduated from the State Police Academy in Hershey and have been assigned to troops across the commonwealth.   Three were assigned to Schuylkill County.

The men and women represent the 161st graduating cadet class.

The ceremony at the State Police Academy was held outside and included a limited amount of family members. Friends and family were also afforded the opportunity to view the event via live stream on the academy Facebook page and YouTube channel.

"Today we celebrate the dedication and hard work of the men and women obtaining the most important rank, the rank of Trooper," said Colonel Evanchick. "The first step in their career is complete as they have met the department's standards of honor, integrity and respect. The duty of providing the finest police services throughout the commonwealth is now bestowed upon them."

Six cadets received special awards and recognition:

  • The American Legion Award, presented to the most outstanding cadet in recognition of all-around academic, physical, ethical, and moral qualifications: Corey J. Gilroy
  • The Colonel Ronald L. Sharpe Award, presented to the cadet who most exemplifies the qualities of leadership: Lucious F. Fludd
  • The Colonel John K. Schafer Award, presented to the cadet who achieved the highest combined score on a series of physical skills tests: Linton J. Benitez
  • The Commissioner Daniel F. Dunn Award, presented to the cadet who earned the highest level of academic achievement in the class: Justin C. Funk
  • The Colonel Paul J. Chylak Award, presented to the cadet who demonstrated the highest proficiency in driver safety training: Justin A. Dibert
  • The Sergeant Charles B. Gesford Award, presented to the cadet who scored the highest on the department's pistol qualification course: David A. DeMaria

Graduates Assigned to Schuylkill County:

Troop L, Schuylkill Haven
  • Nathaniel C. Edmonds
  • Justin C. Funk
  • Brett McMullin

The graduates have been assigned to the following stations statewide:

Troop B, Uniontown
  • Timothy D. Betschart
  • Brooklyn N. DiLello
  • Natalie M. Else
  • Nathan A. Homyak
  • Adam J. Mitcheson
  • Danielle L. Noble
  • Brody M. Patrick
  • Adrian P. Ryan
  • Tristan D. Sabbatini
  • Kyle M. Winder
  • Justin M. Yeckley

Troop C, Clarion

  • Sean M. Floor
  • Michael S. Stutsman
Troop C, DuBois

Troop C, Lewis Run

  • Austin J. Burney
  • Bradley L. Walters
  • Kyle M. Warren
Troop C, Marienville
  • Kyle J. Lindey
  • Dominic N. Marini
  • Ian A. Ostrowski
Troop C, Ridgway
  • Jason M. Sypolt
  • David P. Ulicne Jr.

Troop E, Corry

Troop E, Meadville
Troop F, Coudersport
  • David P. Batkowski
  • Richard T. Obermeyer
  • Rocky J. Owens
Troop F, Emporium
  • Ty W. Haines
  • Carlee R. Hidinger
  • Remington J. Miller
Troop F, Montoursville
Troop F, Selinsgrove
  • Ryan P. Murray
  • Dylan S. Tamecki
Troop G, McConnellsburg
Troop G, Rockview
  • Spencer Luciano
  • Troop H, Chambersburg
  • Brayden P. Litton
  • Bryce McCorkel
  • Mitchell J. Merritts
  • Jesse R. Picklo
  • Tyler A. Zilen
Troop H, Harrisburg
  • Gregory S. Archulet
  • John N. Thomas
Troop H, Lykens
Troop H, Newport
Troop J, Avondale
  • Linton J. Benitez
  • Oscar E. Bernard
  • Steven F. Cestare
  • Justin A. Dibert
  • Salvador L. Melo
  • John J. Wendling
  • Zachary L. Young
Troop J, Embreeville
  • Adam L. McLaughlin
  • William C. Sadow III
Troop J, Lancaster
  • Andrew T. Costello
  • Nicholas D. Ferra
  • Todd A. Wagner Jr.
Troop J, York
  • Ryan P. Hoover
  • Christopher D. Jay
Troop K, Media
  • Erica N. Boadi
  • Joseph E. D’Arcangelo
  • David A. DeMaria
  • Lucious F. Fludd
  • David R. Levy
Troop K, Philadelphia
  • Fletcher R. Grady
  • Nathan T. Hoenl
  • Vladyslav Horishnyy
  • Molly D. Italiano
  • Patrick J. Jennings
  • Lucas Z. Kiernan
  • Nikolas A. Lattanzio
  • Teena M. Murray
  • Branden T. Sisca
  • Troop K, Skippack
  • Jonathan G. Loesch
Troop L, Jonestown
  • Charles J. McFeeley Jr.
  • Stephen A. Smulley
Troop L, Schuylkill Haven
  • Nathaniel C. Edmonds
  • Justin C. Funk
  • Brett McMullin
Troop N, Stroudsburg
  • Zachary E. Barrett
  • Corey J. Gilroy
  • Ryan D. Hari
  • Bryan A. Kolodziej
  • Elvis Saracinaj
  • Kenneth J. Snerr Jr.
  • Jesse A. Strausberger
  • Scott J. Walck
Troop P, Laporte
  • Lloyd J. Deno
  • Gabriel T. Gigliotti
  • Brian H. Hardiman Jr.
Troop P, Towanda
  • Jason M. Goss
  • Austin S. Slagle
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State Police collecting demographic data to capture potential patterns of racial/ethnic disparities in policing

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP), Colonel Robert Evanchick, announced Tuesday that the department is initiating a wide-ranging contact data collection program designed to capture potential patterns of racial/ethnic disparities in policing.

On January 1, 2021, troopers began documenting the demographic data regardless of whether the encounter results in a citation or written warning. The data will be analyzed by researchers at the University of Cincinnati to, make recommendations on changes to PSP policy or training if appropriate.

“Troopers take an oath to enforce the law ‘without any consideration of class, color, creed or condition,’ and this data collection effort is one way to show the public we are upholding that oath,” said Colonel Evanchick. “Regular and ongoing analysis by a neutral third party is a critical part of this program that emphasizes our department’s commitment to transparency and continuous improvement.”

PSP have previously conducted a reporting program from 2002 through 2011, though the new program will benefit from advancements in technology over the past decade.

“Contact data reports were previously completed and reviewed by hand, which was a cumbersome and time intensive method. For this project, we have digitally streamlined the process and integrated contact data reports with our existing mobile office environment to minimize the impact data collection has on the duration of traffic stops,” said Colonel Evanchick. “We look forward to learning from the data and analysis by the University of Cincinnati.”

The program will run through the end of 2021 and a final statistical analysis will be available in April 2022. PSP anticipates continuing the collection of data and independent analysis in the future.

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