Inside the NYPD's ticket-fixing scandal
Internal Affairs caught a Bronx Sgt. trying to make a traffic violation disappear for an honorary deputy commissioner
By Larry Celona and Bob Fredericks
The New York Post
NEW YORK — Internal Affairs cops got a big break in their exploding ticket-fixing probe when they caught a Bronx sergeant shamelessly trying to make a traffic violation disappear for an honorary NYPD deputy commissioner, The Post has learned.
The incident shed light on the widespread practice of cops quashing tickets for big shots, sometimes at the orders of their superiors.
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