Philadelphia Cops Stealing Money And Drugs

Posted on: June 17th, 2011 8 Comments
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Two officers in Philadelphia pulled over an undercover cop that pretended he was a drug dealer. They stole $3000 and 20 pounds of marijuana from him which they planned on selling later, a value of $24 000.

The undercover cop, pretending to be a dealer, worked on a two-week sting operation when they received information on an unrelated drug case.

The two cops made him pull over at a traffic stop, robbed him, arrested him and took him to the police station where a unpleasant surprise was waiting for them: arrest. A videotape is showing that all of this really happened.

Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey is embarrassed on behalf of the whole department. He says that it’s not the first time that Philadelphia police is embarrassing themselves.

The two young cops apologized later for having disgraced their badges during the incident. They should have sentenced 67 years in prison but they only got 10 to 20 year term.

They pleaded guilty to charges including robbery, conspiracy and kidnapping.

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8 Responses

  1. Michelle says:

    Haaaa ha ha ha! Just another example of how stupid police officers are. You definitely don’t need a degree to become one. Idiots.

  2. Ben Fenton says:

    “A videotape is showing that all of this really happened.” If you listed the link to that tape, that would really help out your readers, because we can’t verify this story without it.

  3. robert says:

    Why is there a picture of a Florida state trooper car wasn’t this in Philadelphia? Florida state patrols don’t do undercover drug buys. They turn it over to the county sheriff or FDLE. Sounds fake to me.

  4. ceasar of yuma arizona says:


  5. Former Philadelphian says:

    This is the the record of an Internal Affairs investigator for the City of Philadelphia. Her name is Sergeant Maria Cianfrani. Click the link below!

  6. Will says:

    The link to the “Sergeant Maria Cianfrani” is about a case that took place 23 years ago (1988). How does this bare relevance to this matter??

    Second: why is there a Florida Highway Patrol vehicle pictured? Again, what relevance does the FHP have to this case?

    • Former Philadelphian says:

      The case involving Maria Cianfrani is relevant to any case involving police misconduct/brutality in the City of Philadelphia since she works as an investigator at the Bureau of Internal Affairs. She gets to decide whether or not misconduct has occured and has been known to have people prosecuted for making complaints about the police. She has them charged with false swearing.

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