NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — After spending three years behind bars, former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik was released from prison Tuesday.
Kerik waved to reporters as he pulled into his cobblestone driveway at his home in Franklin Lakes, N.J. around 2 p.m., 1010 WINS’ Al Jones reported.READ MORE: First Lady Jill Biden Joins New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy At Campaign Rally; Republican Challenger Jack Cittarelli To Be Joined By GOP National Chair
His wife, son, two daughters and his German Shepherd gave him a big welcome home on the front steps, Jones reported.
Kerik’s family was planning to treat him with takeout from nearby catering service The Brownstone, which is owned by friend Albert Manzo.
“I don’t think he’s looking for a first meal more than just a few things that he hasn’t had in a few years,” Manzo told 1010 WINS.