NYPD Officer Faces Charges for Sitting on Detainee and Applying Pepper Spray to his Face

According to authorities, an NYPD officer is being accused of pepper-spraying a prisoner and intentionally rubbing the chemicals in his face. This incident has resulted in the filing of a misconduct case against the officer.

On Wednesday, authorities revealed that Officer Philip Fioranelli, 48, was one of two police officers who were apprehended within an eight-hour period by their colleagues in law enforcement.

Authorities reported that Fioranelli was taken into custody in a Lower Manhattan station at approximately 7:20 a.m. on Wednesday, following allegations of official wrongdoing.

The NYPD Representatives Were Unable To Provide More Information

An NYPD representative was unable to provide information regarding the specific charges against Fioranelli, who is stationed at Brooklyn court. However, court documents cited by the New York Daily News allege that he is accused of sitting on a man inside a parking garage before pepper spraying him in the face.

According to the records maintained by the Civilian Complaint Review Board, Fioranelli has faced four misconduct allegations since 2006. One of these allegations, which involved misuse of authority during a stop, was found to be true.


Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated And Fleeing The Scene

NYPD sources have revealed that Fioranelli was arrested following the handcuffing of Officer Mohammad Uddin, who is 39 years old.

Authorities have charged Uddin with driving while intoxicated in The Bronx on Tuesday at around 10:40 p.m. He is accused of sideswiping two parked empty cars.

Uddin was apprehended by the police at Holland Avenue and Bronxdale Avenue around 11:50 p.m. He was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated and fleeing the scene of an accident without reporting any damage.

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