By Philip Messing
The New York Post
NEW YORK — Thousands of current and retired NYPD sergeants are due "tens of millions of dollars" in overtime pay, thanks to a federal appeals-court ruling this month, sources say.
The hotly contested case, Mullins vs. City of New York, was the result of a 2004 lawsuit brought by the Sergeants Benevolent Association challenging the way the department had awarded overtime since 2001 to some 8,000 current and retired sergeants.
NYPD Sgts. to get 'tens of millions' in overtime