New York, NY - Cop Who Exposed Tix Fix Scandal to be Promoted
New York, NY - The undercover officer who infiltrated the barbershop of allegedly crooked cop Jose Ramos – ultimately setting off the widespread investigation into ticket-fixing in the Bronx – is being promoted today in a secret ceremony, The Post has learned.
Commissioner Ray Kelly will attend the hush-hush festivities for the officer, who is assigned to the Internal Affairs Bureau, law enforcement sources said.
The specific details are being kept mum to protect the officer’s identity, sources added.
The undercover, who had previously worked as a barber before joining the Police Department, managed to earn Ramos’ trust and get hired at his barbershop, which served as the ground zero for alleged illegal activities.
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