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Former NYPD Auxiliary Officer Made 100 Bogus 911 Calls

November 09, 2010  | 

A former auxiliary officer with the New York Police Department placed 100 911 calls over a six-month period that sent officers rushing to bogus calls, reports the New York Daily News.

Rakim Alli, 24, of Jamaica, Queens, identified himself as an active law enforcement agent during the calls. Alli had worked for four years as an auxilliary officer in Queens.

Read the full story at NYDailyNews.com.

Tags: NYPD, Reserve Officers, Police Impostors


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