Three Current, Former NYPD Officers Charged In Bribery Scheme

NYPD Officers Charged In Bribery Scheme
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Two NYPD officers and a retired officer from Long Island have been charged in federal court with running a bribery scheme that allegedly earned them thousands of dollars.

The nine-count indictment was filed on Tuesday, May 11 charging Heather Busch, age 34, of Massapequa, Robert Hasset, age 36, of Farmingville, and Robert Smith, age 44, of Plainview, with five counts of using interstate facilities to commit bribery and two counts of conspiracy to violate the Travel Act, said the US Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York.

Smith is also charged with attempting to transport at least one kilogram of heroin for two traffickers.

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