By Larry Celona and Andy Geller
The New York Post
NEW YORK — A former deputy police inspector booted from the department amid sensational allegations of robbing a drug dealer has seen his luck change — netting $1 million in a lottery scratch-off game.
The once-embattled former cop, Dennis Sindone, 49, of Suffern won the Extravaganza windfall Aug. 20. He elected to receive his money in 20 annual installments of $50,000 each, less 30 percent in taxes.
Embattled former NY officer wins lottery