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Ex-Nassau police official William Flanagan found guilty on 2 counts in partial verdict

Prosecutors say Flanagan used his power to help

Prosecutors say Flanagan used his power to help the son of a wealthy police benefactor. (February 14, 2013 10:37 PM)

A jury found retired Nassau Second Deputy Commissioner William Flanagan guilty on two counts of official misconduct in a partial verdict today. Flanagan is accused of using his power to help a wealthy police benefactor. Police say then 17-year-old Zachary Parker stole $11,000 worth of electronics from JFK High School in Bellmore back in 2009. Prosecutors say Parker's father, Gary, used his connections...

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