Sunday, December 4, 2011

Fort Lauderdale Florida Police officer Arrested For Selling Drugs

FORT LAUDERDALE (CBS4)-— A Fort Lauderdale Police officer was arrested by members of his own department after police said he was delivery drugs while on duty.

Officer Kevin Gerard Pisano of the Fort Lauderdale Police Department is facing drug delivery and possession charges. According to the arrest affidavit, Pisano, 52, was arrested Friday at approximately 11:20 p.m. at 1300 West Broward Boulevard.

Pisano “made contact with a Fort Lauderdale Police Department informant and delivered four 5 mg of Percocet pills and one 5mg of Vicodin,” the affidavit stated. During the transaction, Pisano was dressed in his police uniform with his gun belt and a loaded gun. Pisano was also sitting in a marked police vehicle.
Police soon after arrested him and searched his vehicle where they found one Vicodin.
His charges include delivery of Oxycodone, delivery of Hydrocodone and possession of Hydrocodone.
The department is holding a press conference at 2 p.m. at the Fort Lauderdale Police Station in regards to the case.

Fort Lauderdale Police officer Arrested For Selling Drugs

by cbs4yassin

1 comment:

  1. BAD BOY BAD BOY BAD BOY....Cops are not above the LAW.......Many break it everyday....JUST ask the C.S. Police Dept.....Do they help their CITIZENS...HELL NO.