Ex-NJ Police Officer Accused Of Stealing From PBA

BRICK, N.J. (AP) — Theft charges have been filed against a former New Jersey police officer who allegedly stole funds while serving as treasurer of a police union.

Authorities say 34-year-old Jeffrey Lempicki turned himself in this week at the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office.

The former Brick Township officer stands accused of stealing more than $500 from his PBA local. The charges stem from a two-month investigation conducted by Brick police and the prosecutor’s office, but further details on the matter were not disclosed.

Lempicki had been with the Brick force for nearly 12 years before he resigned in March. He did not immediately return a telephone message on Saturday and it was not known if he had retained a lawyer.

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  1. francis gillen says:

    500 is like taking 500.000 if he was in a union like the teamsters they would put him in jail and through away the key

  2. Trish says:

    $500.00?? 12 years?? Seriously, you know that the state is broke when charges like tis make it to the news.

  3. Bums says:

    New Jersey Cops are such loosers. When will these stories like this end? Probuably never !

  4. Mike says:

    500 dollars..I knew cops were broke but thats crazy

  5. Stein50 says:

    500 dollars? what is that today?

  6. Herb says:

    Loser

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