Former Cop Gets Up To 14 1/2 Years For Using Barbershops For Illegal ActivitiesA disgraced former NYPD officer has been sentenced to as many as 14 1/2 years in prison, after being convicted of turning his two Bronx barbershops into a front for drug dealing, robbery and stolen goods.
NYPD Lieutenant Convicted In Ticket-Fixing CaseCobb, a member of the internal affairs bureau, has been placed on modified assignment by the department.
NYPD Ticket-Fixing Case Against Jennara Cobb Goes To TrialA ticket-fixing case that stung the New York Police Department three years ago has finally reached trial.
NYC Cops Make Court Appearance In Ticket Fixing CaseAttorneys for 15 New York City police officers facing trial on ticket fixing charges asked Judge Stephen Barrett on Monday to toss out or limit key wiretap evidence against the cops.
NYPD Ticket-Fixing Probe Expands To Other AgenciesThe NYPD ticket-fixing probe has expanded to seven local and federal police agencies.
Bronx Prosecutor Who Allegedly Escaped Drunk Driving Arrests Gets The AxeSince the Bronx district attorney, Rob Johnson, launched his war on ticket fixing in the NYPD, prosecuting dozens of police officers, assistant D.A. Jennifer Troiano had become something of an embarrassment to that office.
State Lawmakers Call For Commission To Investigate NYPD's 'Culture Of Corruption'Recent alleged incidents, including the Bronx ticket scandal, have officials like Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries calling for action.
16 Officers Plead Not Guilty In Alleged NYPD Ticket Fixing ScandalFellow police officers packed the courtroom and stood outside to see the accused stand before the judge.
Reports: Grand Jury Indictment Could Be Coming In Bronx Ticket Scandal The New York Post says that between 9 and 12 cops could be indicted for bribery and obstruction, while the Daily News reports it could be as many as 17. However, the Bronx District Attorney's office will not officially confirm the indictment vote.
Public Advocate Bill De Blasio Wants NYPD To Fess Up To Ticket Fixing, Other MisdeedsAs if ticket fixing isn't serious enough, New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio says there are even more troublesome allegations involving the NYPD.
Mayor Bloomberg Says Ticket Fixing Problem Already FixedMayor Michael Bloomberg says that while "there seems to be a lot of evidence'' that police officers have been fixing traffic tickets, he believes it's a problem that's already been corrected.
Bloomberg Dodges Questions On Bronx Ticket Fixing AllegationsWhile the mayor ducked direct questions about the issue, he insisted that the practice of ticket fixing in 2011 was "almost impossible."