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Ex-Nassau County Deputy Patrol Chief John Hunter takes plea deal in police cover-up

Retired Nassau County Deputy Patrol Chief John Hunter,

Retired Nassau County Deputy Patrol Chief John Hunter, a 35-year veteran of the force, pleaded guilty today to official misconduct and conspiracy stemming from a 2009 police cover-up. (May 1, 2013 5:42 PM)

A former top Nassau police official pleaded guilty today to his role in a scandal that rocked the department. Retired Nassau County Deputy Patrol Chief John Hunter, a 35-year veteran of the force, pleaded guilty today to official misconduct and conspiracy stemming from a 2009 police cover-up. Hunter, former Deputy Commissioner William Flanagan and Detective Squad Supervisor Alan Sharp had been...

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