2 NYC Cops Accused Of Writing Fake Traffic Tickets

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Two New York City police officers have been charged with writing fake summonses while on traffic duty.

Police Officers Stephen Gerwer and Vincent Adinolfi, both assigned to the 122nd Precinct on Staten Island, were arrested Thursday after turning themselves in.

A police spokesman said they were charged with tampering with public records, filing a false instrument, falsifying business records and official misconduct. Both were suspended without pay.

No other details were immediately available.

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One Comment

  1. another moron cop says:

    andinolfi has an excuse, he is a stupid ginny. what is the other guys excuse?

  2. the bandid says:

    what happen to rest of those crooks?

  3. fern says:

    Give them a chance to catch up with the rest of them!
    Without pay is tough, must be a sign of budget cuts.

  4. Chrysanthemum Tea says:

    Only two?

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