New York’s Finest? Not Hardly

An NYPD screwup two-fer.

This guy is not the sharpest tool in the shed. NYPD cop points gun at waitress’s head in Queens karaoke lounge: police sources

Two cops go out for drinks after shift.

At one point in the night, one of the lounge’s waitresses noticed Hyun Kim’s gun and asked if he was a “gangster,” according to sources.

“No, I’m a cop and this is my boss,” the cop responded, pulling his gun and racking it, which scattered bullets and his magazine on the ground, according to sources.

“We’re the only ones…” quote goes here. Which in NYC, they actually feel that way.

Then there is this idiot. NYPD officer charged with assault in domestic incident.

The 26-year-old cop, Steve Guerrero, with less than 18 months on the job, was arrested just after 9 a.m. Sunday and charged with assault, according to the NYPD.

Good to see that the selection criteria of NYPD is still strong. Or something.


Officer Brian Mulkeen

End of Watch. ‘A great cop’: NYPD Officer Brian Mulkeen killed in the Bronx, possibly with his own gun.

A New York City police officer was fatally shot Sunday in the Bronx during a struggle with an armed assailant, police said.

Chief of Department Terence Monahan said Officer Brian Mulkeen, 33, was part of a unit assigned to the area near an apartment complex where gang activity including shootings had recently been reported.

Cops or Criminals

JusticeSometimes it can be hard to tell the difference. Off-Duty Cop Caught Playing Security for Cocaine Dealers in Astoria and Maspeth.

An off-duty NYPD officer was charged Wednesday with selling and possessing cocaine for allegedly moonlighting as security for dealers transporting cocaine in Astoria and Maspeth this month.

So this particular cop was in NYPD for 12 years. No word on how long he was involved in the drug trade. Do you think he is the only one? Are we winning the War on (Some) Drugs™?

I Guess She Didn’t Think The Law Applied to Her

She apparently believed that rules and the rule of law are for the little people. NYPD cop gets court date for alleged murder-for-hire plot.

Cincinelli was arrested in May for allegedly giving her boyfriend John DiRubba $7,000 to arrange hits on her estranged husband, Isaiah Carvalho, and DiRubba’s own 15-year-old daughter.

The Federal Court declared there would be “no bail,” and set a trial date for April of next year. It will be interesting to see how this case turns out, once she gets her “day in court.”

Cop Staying at Airbnb Breaks Into Neighboring House

And then he acts like the entitled asshole he clearly is. NYPD Cop facing Prison after Breaking into Family’s Home, Calling them “N*ggers”.

Airbnb is turning into a nightmare for neighbors, because drunk people are stupid. This took place at 2:30 AM in Nashville.

When they told him they were calling 911, he apparently figured out that it was him in the wrong home. But the cops never arrested him, and even though everything, including the audio, was recorded by a security camera, they are “investigating.”

But despite all that, Nashville cops did not arrest him that night, apparently honoring his Blue Privilege.

When he finally appeared in court, he entered a plea of “No contest.” It would be hard to do anything else in the face of video evidence of the whole, incredibly-stupid incident. Any bets on if he get prison or probation or community service?


The NYPD said it has suspended him without pay “for a time” but he was then placed on “modified duty,” meaning he was receiving a paycheck.

What was that question about “rules” and “cops?” And they STILL have not figured out that there is always a camera.

Do You Think The Rules Apply To Cops?

They certainly don’t think the rules apply to them. All Charges Dropped Against S.I. Repo Man Who Tried to Repossess an NYPD Detective’s Car.

He was trying to repossess a car, but it happened to belong to an NYPD detective. The detective apparently thought he could keep his car even if he didn’t pay his loan. (Those pesky rules again.) So all his buddies in blue arrest the repo guy, boot his truck and charge him with a couple felonies and a bunch of misdemeanors. (Can’t have people thinking that the rules apply to cops.)

The original incident was in May. The felonies disappeared right away, and the misdemeanors were finally dropped. Still, the process is the punishment. He spent 20 hours in jail. And…

Still, Rodriguez says he is out thousands of dollars in earnings because the police placed a boot on his rig for nearly two weeks.

And he had a Go Pro camera, that was recording, but of course the cops destroyed the evidence, and I do mean “of course they did.” What did you expect them to do with evidence they don’t like? Turn it over to the DA?

He’s filed a claim against the NYPD as a whole and the 2 officers who were acting like jack-booted thugs. Or maybe they weren’t acting.

Things Left To Themselves, Tend To Go From Bad To Worse

So the NYPD ignored their officers being doused with water. Chunk of concrete, bottles thrown at NYPD cops in separate incidents.

Did they really think it would stop on its own?

Cops are looking for a man who threw a chunk of concrete at officers during a concert in Central Park — and arrested another man earlier for hurling bottles at police, The Post has learned.

If you given them an inch, they will take a mile. (I’m not sure who said that.)