A police officer with the West Bloomfield Police Department has been accused of masterminding a ticket fixing scheme. It was reported that the possible penalty is a loss of his career as a police officer and his freedom. The true potential penalty…the further loss of public trust in law enforcement. Officer Jeffrey Pindzia
After a citizen complained of being asked for money by a purported “middle man” on behalf of Officer Pindzia, a complaint was made which triggered an investigation. The officer and the alleged “middle man” were arraigned on charges of Misconduct in Office and Conspiracy in the 48th Judicial District Court in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
The maximum possible penalty is five years in prison if convicted.
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