Tag: Gary Parker

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

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

Prosecutors Defend Coverup Conviction of ex-Nassau Police Commander

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

Ex-Nassau Police Chief Admits to Burglary Coverup

John Hunter pleaded guilty after another commander was convicted at trial. A third suspected co-conspirator remains in the case.

Nassau Police Conspiracy Verdict: Flanagan Guilty 3 of 4 Charges

Flanagan was found guilty of three misdemeanors and acquitted of a felony charge.

Nassau Police Conspiracy Partial Verdict: Flanagan Guilty of Official Misconduct

An ex-second deputy Nassau County police commissioner was convicted of official misconduct for his role in covering up his friend's son's burglary four years ago.

NCPD Conspiracy Case Reaches Closing Arguments

A jury will soon decide whether ex-top Nassau cop abused his position to help a friend

NCPD Conspiracy Case: Cops Testify

Two current Nassau police officials and one retired detective took the stand last week in the trial against the former deputy commissioner.

New Revelations in Nassau County Police Department Conspiracy Case

“remember what I said, you’re family, we take care of our own”

NCPD Conspiracy Case: Police Benefactor Faces Cross Examination

Gary Parker testified that an ex-Nassau County police chief told him that he would ensure investigators would not arrest his son.

NCPD Conspiracy Case: Burglar’s Dad Panicked Over Press Story

Gary Parker also told the court that he resigned the day after the Long Island Press printed an expose about Nassau police allegedly covering up his son's burglary.