NYPD Officer Accused Of Unlawful Surveillance

NYPD Cruiser (file / credit: D Dipasupil/Getty Images)CBS New York

A New York City police officer was arrested this week and charged with unlawful surveillance.

Officer Miguel Gomez, 41, was arrested around 8:30 a.m. Friday in the 49th Precinct, which includes the Allerton, Morris Park, Van Nest, Pelham Parkway, Eastchester Gardens and Pelham Gardens sections of the Bronx.  

Gomez was charged with unlawful surveillance, police said.

No other details were released.


One thought on “NYPD Officer Accused Of Unlawful Surveillance

  1. Not that it is right but I have thought that we all were already under surveilance lol. Any way if this cop is convicted he will probobly just get a 5 day paid vacation that is called a 5 day suspencion.

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