Affirmitive action with the NYPD

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  1. Shithead

    Shithead Well-Known Member

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    This is what you get............

    NYPD cop used dead man’s credit card to buy herself a diamond ring: DA
    BY Shayna Jacobs , Edgar Sandoval , Dareh Gregorian
    NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
    Published: Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 1:52 PM
    Updated: Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 7:12 PM
    [​IMG] David Wexler/For New York Daily News\
    Ymmacula Pierre, 30, was charged with using a dead man’s credit card to buy a $3,200 ring from Zales, prosecutors said.
    Dead men tell no tales — and they don’t buy cops diamond rings.

    Prosecutors say an NYPD officer on a call helped herself to a corpse’s credit card number to buy herself some bling.

    Ymmacula Pierre “is accused of disgraceful conduct by using the credit card information of a dead man to buy expensive jewelry,” said Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance.

    Pierre, 30, was indicted on criminal possession of stolen property, identity theft and official misconduct charges for the brazen theft, which prosecutors said happened in Greenwich Village in July of last year.

    Pierre was called to an E.14th St. apartment to make a “wellness check” on a 65-year-old man with medical issues who’d failed to show up for work, prosecutors said.

    Pierre, who was assigned to the Sixth Precinct station house, discovered architect Ken Sanden dead inside.

    She used his Samsung Galaxy phone to contact his niece, and vouchered some of his property, including his Mastercard, prosecutors said.

    She also allegedly jotted down Sanden’s credit card and email information for herself.

    Two days later, Sanden’s card was used to buy a diamond ring online from Zales for $3,282.58, authorities said.

    The cop was never able to put a ring on it —the credit card company notified Sanden’s niece about the suspicious charge, and she was able to stop it from being shipped, the DA’s office said.

    Investigators found the purchase from beyond the grave had been made from a computer in Queens owned by Pierre’s boyfriend, whose address she’d listed as her emergency contact, prosecutors said.

    The same computer was used to access the dead man’s email, the DA’s office said.

    The address the ring was supposed to be sent to was one Pierre had used a reference on her NYPD application, prosecutors said.

    Prosecutors also noted in court that the dead man’s Galaxy phone is missing.

    Pierre, a three year veteran, pleaded not guilty to the charges in Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday, and was released on her own recognizance.

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    Pierre is charged with stealing Ken Sanden's identity and using his credit cards after he died.
    The NYPD said she’d been suspended without pay for 30 days.

    She declined comment outside of her West Hempstead, L.I. home. “I was told not to say anything,” she said.

    Her lawyer, Israel Fried, said it was too early for him to comment on the specific charges, but he described his client as “a wonderful person.”

    At Sanden’s building, a neighbor described the Yale grad as “a real nice guy” who “kept to himself.”

    Told about the charges, the neighbor, who asked not to be identified, said, “That’s insane.”

    Evan Oppenheimer, a movie director and writer who lived next door to Sanden, said he was well respected.

    “We lived next door for 10 years. He was a very private person,” Oppenheimer said of the jazz aficianado.

    “We trust that the police be there when we need them. This is just wrong, to take advantage of Ken. It's a horrible thing to do, to someone who can't take care of himself.”
     
  2. RumBalls

    RumBalls The original RumBalls, est. Jan 16, 2012

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    even if you're dead they'll try stealing from you
     
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    Ta Ta Toothy Well-Known Member

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    What's the problem? She just wanted to share in his "white privilege".
     
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    reno VIP Extreme Gold

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    Can't a sister catch a break?
     
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    Bristol Chicken Free Range and Loving It Gold

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    She's a ghoul.
    They used to shoot ghouls on site.
    She needs to do hard time if convicted.
     
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    If it had been cash then it would have been OK as it would have been "civil forfiture".
     
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    ApeFace Well-Known Member

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    Whitey set her up. Clearly.
     
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    SorryBoff Well-Known Member

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    Ymmacula? Is that Mr. Dracula's sister?

    Vot the vuck.
     
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    these people are just trying to one up each other with this shit now
     
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    No different than any cop
    that lifts cash off a corpse or shakes down people. All bad obviously. #guilty