N.J. Detective Banned from Public Employment
December 05, 2012
An Eatontown (N.J.) Police detective has been banned from law enforcement after he pleaded guilty to criminal coercion and evidence tampering.
Philip Emanuele, who forfeited his position, attempted to coerce a 24-year-old Monmouth Mall worker into having sex with him by dropping a theft charge. The woman also handed over narcotics to Emanuele, who flushed them down a toilet.
Emanuele was making more than $114,000 a year at the time, reports NJ 101.5 FM.
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coolhandluke @ 12/5/2012 11:29 AM
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