MBTA investigator arrested on prostitution-related charges is fired


A bus investigator for the MBTA who was arrested Tuesday after allegedly soliciting prostitution while on duty has been fired, according to a person with knowledge of the termination. Stephen Dwyer, 60, of Norwood, a 26-year employee of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, was arrested at the Ashmont T stop in Dorchester after allegedly engaging in sexual activity with a woman he had agreed to pay. The person, who requested anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter, confirmed the firing on Thursday.

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