NY Cop Assigned To Desk Duty After Jumping Over Counter & Stealing Pastries At Dunkin Donuts!
Published on May 8, 2010
One New York City cop is accused of getting a little too comfortable at a Dunkin' Donuts shop in Queens - by apparently hopping behind the counter for doughnuts and even making himself sandwiches. Sgt. Eric Turetsky, 38, who gained notoriety in 1997 for identifying two of the cops involved in the Abner Louima police-torture case, began to frequent the store on Beach 129th Street in the Rockaways several months ago. According to the store's manager, Turetsky never paid for any of the goodies he helped himself to and only left behind a dollar or two as a tip. In addition, employees at the store said Turetsky was rude and would often flirt with the young cashiers while swiping the food. PIX News found the alleged doughnut thief on desk duty but he politely declined to comment.