An NYPD veteran plied a teenager with porn and booze before a Fourth of July sexual encounter that ended when his wife found the two in bed, police sources said.
Peter Ciollo, 29, was off duty when he allegedly targeted the 16-year-old victim over the holiday weekend, the sources said.
Ciollo was partying with two 16-year-old girls before participating in “multiple sexual acts” with the victim, Staten Island prosecutor Victoria Levin said Thursday at the cop’s arraignment.
NYPD cops (or former cops) have been accused of this kind of thing before.
Last summer, for example, the New York Post reported the following:
An NYPD traffic agent has been arrested on a rape charge, police said yesterday.
A female acquaintance who went on a date with Charles Taylor, 25, of The Bronx, Sunday night told a relative the parking-enforcement worker slipped a drug in her drink while they chatted at Junior’s cheesecake restaurant in Brooklyn, sources said.
The alleged victim said Taylor drove her around, and she wasn’t sure where she was when he took her into an apartment building and raped her, sources added.
The accuser and the alleged attacker had also exchanged texts for at least a week, sources said.
New York Magazine reported that the victim in the Taylor case was 17 years old.
And then there was this case, also from last summer:
Brooklyn cop Arthur Roldan was arrested last night and charged with rape, menacing, and assault for allegedly attacking a woman he used to date at gunpoint while off-duty in Staten Island. He's been suspended without pay, the Daily News reports. NYPD officer Michael Pena was convicted of sexual assault and pleaded guilty to rape in June for a similar crime.
Then there was the case of the former NYPD officer convicted of statutory rape of a 14 year old suffering trauma from the death of her mother.
While I appreciate the Daily News covering some of these crimes and alleged crimes in the pages of their fine newspaper, I wonder where Campbell Brown is with her week-long DN series about all these "pervert" cops having sex with underage girls or assaulting women they taken out for the evening.
These cases all were reported in 2012 and 2013, so it's not like you have to go too far back to find a track record of NYPD cops or former cops engaging in this behavior.
And yet, no week-long series from Brown smearing all cops and law enforcement officers as perverts and rapists.
Maybe she's just been very busy with her "pervert teacher" series and is working on the "pervert cop" series for the future?
Or maybe she just doesn't give a crap about the cops and is going after teachers because she has an agenda (smear teachers/break union protections/bust the union)?