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In each instance, a man met a woman using the mobile dating app Plenty of Fish.
In each of the July 16 incidents, the men went to a designated meeting point, only to be assaulted and robbed by two to three other men.
notes that detectives working with Glashoff and Ruiz claimed to have heard them discussing ways in which to delete the activity logs from their computers.
In another instance, Glashoff was heard worrying aloud about his computer, his employment status at work, and whether or not he could find another job.
Charges against him in Connecticut have included strangulation and harassment, for which he received a year on probation after pleading guilty in March.
On June 30, he was arrested for allegedly choking an ex but released without bail on July 5.
Back in June of this year, another detective working with Glashoff and Ruiz reported the pair to authorities for using Tinder on the job over a period of several months.
Investigators checked their computers and determined that, in addition to Tinder and Match.com, which both officers were visiting at work, Ruiz had been using e Harmony and as well.
Police reports indicate two cases are thought to be linked to the same individuals.
And authorities believe the woman they say Drayton was holding in a North Hollywood apartment also met him on Tinder, and that he may have used other dating sites to lure victims as well, CBS New York reports.
Per the , Drayton's brushes with the law date back to at least 2011.
Those using dating apps are urged to do their own background check on the individual to see what comes up on a web search and see if they have other social media profiles.
This ensures that the person on the app is using their true identity when asking about a date.