Cop accused of drug trafficking may have also fixed tickets
The Westchester County police officer who allegedly helped traffic pain pills through the Westchester County Airport is reportedly facing an additional investigation into improper conduct.
Lohud.com is reporting that authorities are looking into whether Michael Brady was paid to fix traffic tickets at Westchester County Airport.
Brady, an 11-year veteran of the force and a Westchester County Airport TSA agent are among 20 suspects charged in a drug operation that brought drugs from Florida to Westchester.
Brady is accused of pocketing more than $ 20,000 in exchange for looking the other way as drug dealers carted thousands of the highly addictive painkiller oxycodone and large amounts of cash through the airport in Harrison.
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