On Saturday, police claimed they arrested two off-duty officers: one for fleeing the scene of a minor accident and another for driving under the influence.
On Sunday, police said they arrested a third member of the NYPD, a civilian, for assault.
Police say off-duty officer Jonathan Altamirano, 33, rear-ended another car on Roosevelt Avenue in Queens at 3:50 a.m. on Saturday and then fled the scene.
The 70-year-old male passenger of the 2021 Toyota sedan Altamirano hit complained of neck and back pain, according to the police.
At approximately 7 o’clock in the evening, police located Altamirano and charged him with fleeing the scene of an accident that resulted in bodily injury.
A short time later, at around 5 a.m., off-duty Officer Nerys Ramirez, 40, was stopped at the intersection of Harlem River Drive and Dyckman Street in Inwood, Manhattan.
She allegedly acted intoxicated but refused a breathalyser test to determine her BAC.
Police say Ramirez drove while intoxicated, while his abilities were hindered by alcohol, and while refusing to take a breathalyser.
Lasheakwa Tanksley, a civilian communications technician for the New York Police Department, was detained on Sunday in the 70th Precinct in Brooklyn, where she was reportedly charged with assault following an argument with her sister.
At 3:42 in the morning, Tanksley, age 30, was arrested by the police.
Police had no information regarding what had caused the fight or the attack.
There was no way to get in touch with any of the three Police workers.