Tag: William Flanagan

Ex-NCPD Commander Surrenders to Jail in Cover-up Case

A former Nassau County police commander surrendered Thursday morning to county jail to begin serving his 60-day sentence after he was convicted of helping cover up a burglary, officials told the Press.

Top NY Court Upholds Ex-NCPD Commander’s Burglary Cover-up Conviction

The highest court in New York State upheld Thursday the conviction of a former high-ranking Nassau County police commander who helped cover up a burglary committed by his friend’s son.

Top NY Court Hears Appeal in NCPD Burglary Cover-up Case

An ex-Nassau County police commander’s attorneys argued Thursday before the New York State Court of Appeals that his conviction for covering up a burglary committed by his friend’s son should be overturned.

Ex-Nassau Police Commander’s Sentence Stayed Pending New Appeal

William Flanagan is now appealing to the New York State Court of Appeals.

Appeals Court Affirms Ex-Nassau Police Commander’s Conviction

William Flanagan's attorneys plan to ask the state Court of Appeals to hear the case next.

New $40M Nassau Police Academy Plan Linked to Cover-up Scandal

“Our current facility, as built and designed, was a grammar school, not a police academy.”

Prosecutors Defend Coverup Conviction of ex-Nassau Police Commander

Oral arguments were heard this week at an appeals court in Brooklyn.

Ex-Nassau Police Commander Pleads Guilty to Misconduct

“I am truly sorry," retired Det. Sgt. Alan Sharpe told the court.

Flanagan Appeals Conviction in Nassau Police Conspiracy Case

The ex-second deputy Nassau police commissioner's lawyers argue his trial was tainted by legally insufficient evidence, among other issues.

Top 13 Long Island News Stories of ’13

Storms, scams and deaths: 2013 local news in review.