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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

NYPD Officer Charges With Stealing Dead Man's Credit Card and Shopping Trip at Zales

A New York City police officer is accused of stealing credit card information from a dead man she'd been asked to check on and using it to purchase a diamond ring, according to authorities. 
The officer, 30-year-old Ymmacula Pierre, was on the job when she went to an apartment building on East 14th Street in Union Square last July to do a wellness check requested by the tenant's family, prosecutors said. 
It turned out 65-year-old Ken Sanden, had passed away. After notifying the man's family, Pierre obtained his credit card information and then allegedly bought a $3,200 diamond ring from Zales two days later. 
Pierre was arrested Tuesday following months of investigation. The officer who has been on the force three years, was charged with possession of stolen property, identity theft and official misconduct. She pleaded not guilty in court.
The NYPD said the officer is currently suspended without pay for 30 days.There was no response at her official address in West Hempstead Tuesday, but her lawyer told reporters at court his client is a good person. 

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