TEWKSBURY -- A 20-year-old Nashua woman was arrested at the Tewksbury Public Library Tuesday after allegedly requesting $60 to perform a sexual act with a plainclothes detective.
Police said they charged Brittany Macintyre with one count of sexual conduct for a fee and also discovered she had an outstanding warrant out of Lawrence District Court for two drug-possession charges.
Detectives were sent to the library Tuesday evening after they were informed a woman was offering sex for a fee at the library.
According to police, Macintyre engaged a detective in conversation and passed him a pen and paper. The two exchanged notes until she asked for the money.
Macintyre was arrested without incident in the front entryway of the library around 6 p.m.
Her arraignment was scheduled for Wednesday in Lowell District Court.
This is the second prostitution arrest at the library in the past year.
In July, a 40-year-old homeless man was arrested after allegedly posting an online ad offering sex for a fee in the library's bathroom.
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