7 NYPD Cops Arrested Dozens More Investigated For Running Massive Prostitution Ring

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7 NYPD Cops Arrested Dozens More Investigated For Running Massive Prostitution Ring – Free Thought Project

At least seven NYPD cops have been arrested and dozens more are wanted for questioning after they were busted running a massive prostitution ring.

 

New York, NY — This week, it was reported that seven NYPD cops of various ranks have been arrested for being involved in a massive prostitution and gambling ring. The officers have reportedly been under investigation since 2015 when the city’s internal affairs department received a tip from a whistleblower in the department.

Two detectives were placed on modified duty after the arrests, but it is not clear what their relation to the case is. An additional 30 police officers are wanted for questioning in relation to this investigation. Forty other civilian suspects were also arrested in the investigation, according to an NYPD spokesman.

NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill told News 4 New York that,”Today, those who swore an oath and then betrayed it have felt the consequences of that infidelity. The people of this Department are rightly held to the highest standard, and should they fail to meet it, the penalty will be swift and severe. The internal affairs bureau initiated this probe and in doing so, has sent a clear message: there is no place in the NYPD for criminal or unethical behavior,” O’Neill said.




On Wednesday, the Brooklyn South Narcotics building was on lock down as investigators searched the premises and looked through the lockers of different officers.

 

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