Undercover NY cop accused of framing pawn clerk

Security tapes show three encounters between an undercover posing as a thief interacting with a clerk


By Larry Celona and Chuck Bennett
The New York Post

NEW YORK — The NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau launched a fresh investigation into the troubled 81st Precinct in central Brooklyn after a pawnshop owner claimed an undercover framed his clerk, The Post has learned.

IAB investigators seized security tapes that show three encounters between an undercover posing as a thief and Erica McCue, a clerk at Community Pawn Brokers in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

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