NYPD cop busted for revealing victims’ credit cards in photos!

January 3, 2024
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The NYPD has arrested one of their own officers, 24-year-old Andy Urrutia, on theft charges. Urrutia is accused of taking photos of credit cards and IDs belonging to crime victims and suspects and sharing them with his friends. The photos were allegedly used to make unauthorized charges on the existing credit cards and obtain new cards using the victims’ identification information. Urrutia has been suspended from the NYPD without pay. He has been charged with grand larceny, criminal possession of stolen property, petit larceny, official misconduct, identity theft, and unlawful possession of personal ID.

This arrest raises concerns about the trustworthiness and integrity of the police force. It is essential for law enforcement officers to uphold the law and act ethically. Instances like this can damage public trust and hinder the ability of police officers to effectively perform their duties. The NYPD must address this issue seriously and take appropriate action to prevent such incidents in the future.

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