|Brittany Macintyre (Facebook)|
I have often thought that something should be done to revitalize America’s interest in public libraries. And low and behold, one woman in New Hampshire has given it her best shot.
I imagine that the public library in Tewksbury, New Hampshire is generally a non-eventful type of environment. However, according to police, there has been a lot more than just books opening at that particular facility.
On June 10, at approximately 6 PM, police detectives arrested 20-year-old Brittany Macintyre for offering sex for a fee at the library. Macintyre is a resident of nearby Nashua.
Police received a tip that a woman was soliciting sex for a fee from a library patron and sent detectives, in plain clothes, to investigate.
One of the detectives went to the area of the library where the suspect was present and had reportedly solicited the patron, according to Police Chief Tim Sheehan. “The suspect immediately engaged the detective in conversation. Ms. Macintyre then passed the detective a pen and a small piece of paper. Notes were exchanged back and forth until Ms. Macintyre requested $60 dollars for a sexual act.”
The detective and Macintyre then proceeded to the front entranceway of the library where she was placed under arrest. Detectives discovered that Macintyre had an outstanding warrant for drug possession out of Lawrence District Court.
She was charged with Sexual Conduct for a Fee (Prostitution), Warrant issued by Lawrence District Court for Possession of a Class A substance, and Possession of a Class B substance.