The officer, Christofer M. Kitto, is charged with patronizing a prostitute.
Kitto was robbed as police allege he was patronizing a prostitute. Continue viewing the slideshow for recent cases.
McNally hit two parked cars during an alcohol-fueled drive home, and retired with his pension and health insurance in June before the department moved to fire him. Show More Show Less 7of55 Former Officer Kyle Hunter, Schenectady Police Department: Reed from department after pleading guilty in February to second-degree criminal contempt after violating order of protection involving his ex-girlfriend.
He was ordered to stay away from his wife and attend treatment after admitting to punching her in the face and breaking her nose. Because Lutz refused a breath test during his arrest, his was elite orange escort. In May touriny, Albany police fired him for being unable to drive but in November a state court ruled the termination was an error and the city must rehire him.
A year later, in Marchan arbitrator ruled the city could legally fire Lutz.
The longtime department spokesman returned to work roughly two months after the plea deal and retired in March Robert U. Kreppein, State Police: Pleaded guilty to misdemeanor criminal possession of stolen property after being charged in August with two felonies.
Kreppein pleaded guilty to the lesser charge in the middle of his November trial. He had retired shortly before his arrest.
Show More Show Less 12of55 Former Officer Christopher Hughes, Bethlehem Police Department: Found guilty of felony criminal possession of a forged instrument in May after using a fake Bethlehem police retirement card to try to obtain a police retirement badge. Hughes was fired after his conviction. Schunk II, Albany Police Department: Fired in for a series of off-duty problems, including pointing a weapon at his head and having sex with a prostitute.
Schunk was arrested multiple times before being fired and spent nearly a year in jail for domestic violence, after being convicted in March of harassment and criminal mischief. He was acquitted in February of second-degree assault and pleaded guilty to drunken driving in