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Nashua woman charged with soliciting Mass. undercover officer inside public library

TEWKSBURY, Mass. – A Nashua woman had more than research on her mind when she went into the Tewksbury Public Library on Tuesday.

Police accuse 20-year-old Brittany McIntyre with asking an undercover police officer for money in exchange for sex inside the Massachusetts library. ...

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TEWKSBURY, Mass. – A Nashua woman had more than research on her mind when she went into the Tewksbury Public Library on Tuesday.

Police accuse 20-year-old Brittany McIntyre with asking an undercover police officer for money in exchange for sex inside the Massachusetts library.

Police in Tewksbury, Mass., arrested MacIntyre and charged her with asking the officer for $60 in exchange for a sex act while the pair were inside the Tewksbury Public Library.

MacIntyre is accused of engaging the police detective in a conversation and passing him a pen and paper. The two exchanged several notes until she asked for money and was arrested, police said.

Police had sent the undercover officer to the library after getting complaints about a woman there soliciting sex.

MacIntyre pleaded not guilty to a charge of sexual conduct for a fee in Lowell District Court following her Tuesday arrest and was released on personal recognizance bail.

She is scheduled to be back in court on July 30.

MacIntyre was arrested by Nashua police in 2011, when she was 17 years old, and charged with stealing money and other items from an unlocked car and then using a diaper bag to assault the owner.

MacIntyre and another woman had filled the bag with a stolen GPS system, money, a wallet and CDs, police said, and MacIntyre was accused of swinging the bag at the owner of the car when he or she confronted her.

Joseph G. Cote can be reached at 594-6415 or jcote@nashuatelegraph.com. Also, follow Cote on Twitter (@Telegraph_JoeC).