Thursday, May 19, 2016

Corruption Case Continues of Dirty NYPD Cops Out of Staten Island NY With Firing of 26 Year Veteran Detective Michael Milici

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- NYPD announced today that Staten Island resident Michael Milici, a detective who served 26 years on the force, was fired. His termination comes in the wake of an ongoing corruption probe, NYPD deputy commissioner for public information Stephen Davis reported today. The joint investigation of Milici involves not only NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau, but also the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office. The investigation is examining if NYPD officers received gifts or cash in exchange for protection or other favors. The gifts include tickets for sporting events, vacations, cash or jewelry, in addition to other alleged bribes.

L-R: Deputy Chief Michael Harrington, Deputy Chief Eric Rodriguez, Deputy Inspector James Grant, Deputy Chief David Colon.
Milici was placed on modified duty on March 31 of this year, and was suspended from the force on April 25. This action was taken after Micili filed his retirement papers, according to the Daily News. The 26-year NYPD veteran, assigned to the 66th Precinct in Brooklyn, had previously been stripped of his gun and badge after refusing to answer federal grand jury questions, the News reported. This NYPD detective was the fourth Staten Island cop -- along with New Dorp resident Deputy Chief Eric Rodriguez, Deputy Inspector James Grant, and Westerleigh resident Deputy Chief Michael Harrington -- swept up in the FBI probe into police corruption.

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