He was never charged in the deaths and no departmental charges were brought against him. The department, however, did send undercover officers to watch him. One day they saw him run three red lights in his own car. On another day he was observed running two red lights. In April 1989, formal departmental charges were brought against him, and he was docked 10 vacation days. In September 199û, he was stopped on the Staten Island Expressway for going over lû0 mph. Two days later he was stopped on the same road for going 124 mph. New departmental charges were brought against him, and this time he was fired. Source: Associated Press [Editor's Note: This story has little to do with prison news. It was simply too ironic to pass up.]
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