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Tedesco Indictment

Tedesco Indictment

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 SUPREME COURT: COUNTY OF NASSAUSTATE OF NEW YORK-------------------------------------------------------------XTHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK- against -
INDICTMENT
 Ind. No.: 1939N12MICHAEL TEDESCO,Defendant.-------------------------------------------------------------XSTATE OF NEW YORK )ss:COUNTY OF NASSAU )COUNT ONETHE GRAND JURY OF THE COUNTY OF NASSAU, by this indictment, accuses thedefendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, of the crime of OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT, in violation of section 195.00(2) of the Penal Law of the State of New York, committed as follows:The defendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, on or about and between August 8 and 9, 2011, in theCounty of Nassau, State of New York, being a public servant, with intent to obtain a benefit ordeprive another person of a benefit, did knowingly refrain from performing a duty which wasimposed upon him by law or was clearly inherent in the nature of his office, to wit: thedefendant, a police officer with the Nassau County Police Department, while on duty andassigned to patrol, with intent to foster and/or maintain a sexual relationship with ConfidentialWitness No. 1, did knowingly refrain from patrolling his assigned sector for approximately one-hour and eighteen minutes during a ten-hour shift in order to spend such time with ConfidentialWitness No. 1.COUNT TWOTHE GRAND JURY OF THE COUNTY OF NASSAU, by this indictment, further accuses thedefendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, of the crime of OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT, in violation of section 195.00(2) of the Penal Law of the State of New York, committed as follows:The defendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, on or about and between August 10 and 11, 2011, in theCounty of Nassau, State of New York, being a public servant, with intent to obtain a benefit ordeprive another person of a benefit, did knowingly refrain from performing a duty which wasimposed upon him by law or was clearly inherent in the nature of his office, to wit: thedefendant, a police officer with the Nassau County Police Department, while on duty andassigned to patrol, with intent to foster and/or maintain a sexual relationship with ConfidentialWitness No. 1, did knowingly refrain from patrolling his assigned sector for approximately one-
 
 2hour and forty-five minutes during a ten-hour shift in order to spend such time with ConfidentialWitness No. 1.COUNT THREETHE GRAND JURY OF THE COUNTY OF NASSAU, by this indictment, further accuses thedefendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, of the crime of OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT, in violation of section 195.00(2) of the Penal Law of the State of New York, committed as follows:The defendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, on or about and between August 24 and 25, 2011, in theCounty of Nassau, State of New York, being a public servant, with intent to obtain a benefit ordeprive another person of a benefit, did knowingly refrain from performing a duty which wasimposed upon him by law or was clearly inherent in the nature of his office, to wit: thedefendant, a police officer with the Nassau County Police Department, while on duty andassigned to patrol, with intent to foster and/or maintain a sexual relationship with ConfidentialWitness No. 1, did knowingly refrain from patrolling his assigned sector for approximately forty-nine minutes during a ten-hour shift in order to spend such time with Confidential Witness No. 1.COUNT FOURTHE GRAND JURY OF THE COUNTY OF NASSAU, by this indictment, further accuses thedefendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, of the crime of OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT, in violation of section 195.00(2) of the Penal Law of the State of New York, committed as follows:The defendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, on or about and between August 25 and 26, 2011, in theCounty of Nassau, State of New York, being a public servant, with intent to obtain a benefit ordeprive another person of a benefit, did knowingly refrain from performing a duty which wasimposed upon him by law or was clearly inherent in the nature of his office, to wit: thedefendant, a police officer with the Nassau County Police Department, while on duty andassigned to patrol, with intent to foster and/or maintain a sexual relationship with ConfidentialWitness No. 1, did knowingly refrain from patrolling his assigned sector for approximately twohours and twenty-eight minutes during a ten-hour shift in order to spend such time withConfidential Witness No. 1.COUNT FIVETHE GRAND JURY OF THE COUNTY OF NASSAU, by this indictment, further accuses thedefendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, of the crime of OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT, in violation of section 195.00(2) of the Penal Law of the State of New York, committed as follows:The defendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, on or about and between August 26 and 27, 2011, in theCounty of Nassau, State of New York, being a public servant, with intent to obtain a benefit ordeprive another person of a benefit, did knowingly refrain from performing a duty which wasimposed upon him by law or was clearly inherent in the nature of his office, to wit: thedefendant, a police officer with the Nassau County Police Department, while on duty andassigned to patrol, with intent to foster and/or maintain a sexual relationship with Confidential
 
 3Witness No. 1, did knowingly refrain from patrolling his assigned sector for approximately onehour and thirty-five minutes during a ten-hour shift in order to spend such time with ConfidentialWitness No. 1.COUNT SIXTHE GRAND JURY OF THE COUNTY OF NASSAU, by this indictment, further accuses thedefendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, of the crime of OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT, in violation of section 195.00(2) of the Penal Law of the State of New York, committed as follows:The defendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, on or about and between September 1 and 2, 2011, in theCounty of Nassau, State of New York, being a public servant, with intent to obtain a benefit ordeprive another person of a benefit, did knowingly refrain from performing a duty which wasimposed upon him by law or was clearly inherent in the nature of his office, to wit: thedefendant, a police officer with the Nassau County Police Department, while on duty andassigned to patrol, with intent to foster and/or maintain a sexual relationship with ConfidentialWitness No. 1, did knowingly refrain from patrolling his assigned sector for approximatelytwenty-four minutes during a ten-hour shift in order to spend such time with ConfidentialWitness No. 1.COUNT SEVENTHE GRAND JURY OF THE COUNTY OF NASSAU, by this indictment, further accuses thedefendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, of the crime of OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT, in violation of section 195.00(2) of the Penal Law of the State of New York, committed as follows:The defendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, on or about and between September 2 and 3, 2011, in theCounty of Nassau, State of New York, being a public servant, with intent to obtain a benefit ordeprive another person of a benefit, did knowingly refrain from performing a duty which wasimposed upon him by law or was clearly inherent in the nature of his office, to wit: thedefendant, a police officer with the Nassau County Police Department, while on duty andassigned to patrol, with intent to foster and/or maintain a sexual relationship with ConfidentialWitness No. 1, did knowingly refrain from patrolling his assigned sector for approximately onehour and fifty-two minutes during a ten-hour shift in order to spend such time with ConfidentialWitness No. 1.COUNT EIGHTTHE GRAND JURY OF THE COUNTY OF NASSAU, by this indictment, further accuses thedefendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, of the crime of OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT, in violation of section 195.00(2) of the Penal Law of the State of New York, committed as follows:The defendant, MICHAEL TEDESCO, on or about and between September 3 and 4, 2011, in theCounty of Nassau, State of New York, being a public servant, with intent to obtain a benefit ordeprive another person of a benefit, did knowingly refrain from performing a duty which wasimposed upon him by law or was clearly inherent in the nature of his office, to wit: the

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