Grand Jury Indicts 17 NYPD Officers, 5 Civilians In Ticket-Fixing Probe
October 03, 2011
A Bronx grand jury has indicted 17 NYPD officers and five civilians, including a drug dealer who has been tied to a patrol officer via a wiretap recording.
The suspected drug dealer has been linked to a patrol officer in the Bronx's 40th Precinct.
The charges range from official misconduct to grand larceny, and stem from a two-year investigation by the NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau. The grand jury has been reviewing the evidence for six months. Ten union officials, mostly from the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, are expected to face indictments.
Source: New York Daily News.
Grand Jury Expected to Charge NYPD Ticket-Fixing Officers
400 NYPD Cops Could Be Charged for Fixing Tickets
Be the first to comment on this story
Other Recent News
The grandmother of a woman who was struck and killed by an officer who ran a red light is...
The Army psychiatrist charged in the deadly 2009 Fort Hood attack wants to represent...
Newly released dash-cam footage shows a Colorado murder suspect opening fire on the Texas...
A grand jury has cleared a Coshocton County (Ohio) Sheriff's deputy who used deadly force...
The Nassau County (N.Y.) Police Department's patrol union defended the officer who...