NYPD investigate officer's complaint that colleague masturbated in her water bottle
She reported her suspicions the next morning, and the NYPD sent a Crime Scene Unit to retrieve the bottle and test it
Thomas Tracy and John Annese
New York Daily News
NYPD Internal Affairs detectives are trying to determine if a cop masturbated into a female police officer’s water bottle at a Bronx precinct, the Daily News has learned.
The 44-year-old cop, assigned to the 52nd Precinct in Norwood, told investigators she brought the bottle from home on Nov. 14 and left it on her desk in the basement for about two weeks, sources said.
On Friday afternoon, she saw an offending goo — possibly semen — floating in the half-full, 32-ounce bottle.
She reported it the next morning, and the NYPD sent a Crime Scene Unit to retrieve the bottle and test its icky contents, sources said.
The cop believes someone put semen into the bottle — which is typically locked away when she’s not nearby — as a cruel prank, sources with knowledge of the case said.
An NYPD source said the cop’s complaint was “under investigation.”
The cop told her superiors she waited a day to report the sickening discovery because she was confused and embarrassed, and worried someone might retaliate against her.
The officer could not be reached for comment.
If true, the sick incident is hauntingly similar to the actions of former NYPD Sgt. Michael Iscenko, 56, who was convicted of throwing semen on a female co-worker at police headquarters.
In July 2017, a jury found Iscenko guilty of one count of sex abuse in the third degree after prosecutors argued at trial that the white substance he tossed on the 61-year-old victim's calf after she left the bathroom at One Police Plaza in lower Manhattan was seminal fluid. They also said his DNA was found on the shoe she wore that day.
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