Ex-Nassau police official William Flanagan found not guilty on felony charge

Jury deliberates in Flanagan trial

Prosecutors say Flanagan used his power to help the son of a wealthy police benefactor. (February 15, 2013 10:32 PM)

A jury has found former Nassau Police Department Second Deputy Commissioner William Flanagan not guilty on the felony count of receiving a reward for official misconduct. The jury had already found Flanagan guilty of two counts of misdemeanor official misconduct and conspiracy for preventing the arrest of the son of a police benefactor. Police say then 17-year-old Zachary Parker stole $11,000 worth...

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