Brooklyn - NYPD Officer Arrested For Attempting To Steal Baby Formuly
Brooklyn - An off-duty police officer assigned to the 81st precinct was arrested after attempting to steal baby formula at a Rite Aid pharmacy on Halsey Street in Brooklyn, police reported. A security guard at the pharmacy stopped the officer, who reportedly was attempting to steal two cans of Enfamil formula. He was given a desk appearance ticket to return to court for his arraignment rather than be sent to jail. He is charged with attempted petit larceny. But the officer claimed he bought the cans moments earlier and had put them in his bag.
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