Sixteen officers and 5 civilians are expected to surrender overnight or Friday morning to face criminal charges ranging from bribery, larceny, perjury and obstruction.
The results of the probe into the NYPD ticket-fixing scandal remain in a shroud of secrecy as the Bronx district attorney gets set to announce the results of a grand jury investigation.
A grand jury has indicted 17 police officers in the ticket-fixing scandal in the Bronx.
As many as 17 officers can be charged today for allegedly throwing out tickets for friends, family and colleagues in exchange for payment or gifts.
An investigation into the NYPD is spilling over borders, as the Westchester County district attorney is looking into whether local cops let off a drunk, and potentially dangerous, off-duty NYPD officer.
A person familiar with a probe at the New York Police Department told The Associated Press on Thursday that several high-ranking city government officials are among those who’ve had their traffic tickets fixed.