Two Rockland residents were arrested this week following accusations that they were a part of a group that lured wealthy men out on dates and drugged them using ketamine and methylone. Carmine Vitolo, a Queens strip club manager who lives in Pomona and Roselyn Keo of Nanuet were arrested along with three other women described as professional strippers who took advantage of the men and drove them to expensive New York City strip clubs where they used the victim’s credit cards for $5,000 to $50,000 charges for the night. Afterwards the group allegedly blackmailed the men, saying that they would release what happened publicly if the men spoke out. According to Bridget G. Brennan, a special narcotics prosecutor, the group stole aout $200,000 over the course of the scheme, as well as compromising the safety of the targeting individuals. Each of those arrested face charges of grand larceny, assault, and forgery. Vitolo pleaded not guilty and was released without bail. Keo and her attorney declined to comment, though she was reported to be released on $5,000 bail.
Rockland Residents Arrested After Allegedly Drugging Victims
June 13, 2014 By