Lawsuit: Man falsely charged in Guttenberg as retaliation after sis broke up with cop
A former New York auxiliary police officer is suing Guttenberg and several town police officers alleging his sister’s breakup with one of the officers led to retaliation against him and his false arrest for impersonating a cop and a weapons offense.
“It was terrifying and it destroyed his dream of becoming a cop,” said attorney Louis Zayas of his client, Brian Dorador of North Bergen. “He couldn't even get a job at Walmart because the background check showed he had a criminal charge. It has been damaging to his reputation and financially.”
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