Detective who says a sergeant put her panties in his mouth, has the badge about odd behavior & # 39; lost
The detective in Brooklyn who accused his sergeant of putting her panties in his mouth has lost his emblem and weapon.
Detective Victor Falcon, 35, claimed Sergeant Ann Marie Guerra, 38, rubbed her panties on his face and tried to put them in his mouth in the 72 Precinct dressing room on 7 October.
NYPD officials now claim that Falcon filmed his colleagues at the Sunset Park police station and carried a backpack with five guns, according to The New York Post.
& # 39; The past few weeks his behavior was pretty bizarre and the last ten days he started to win a GoPro. He taps everyone, video and audio taping. This is a violation of the department policy, & # 39; told a post from NYPD to the Post.
Falcon was ordered to hand in his badge and weapons on Friday.
Brooklyn detective Victor Falcon (photo), 35, who accused Sgt Ann Marie Guerra, 38, of pushing her panties in his mouth, lost his badge
Falcon, 35, claimed that Guerra (left and right) rubbed her panties on his face and tried to put them in his mouth in the 72 Precinct dressing room on October 7
A NYPD official claims that Falcon's bizarre behavior included him when & # 39; when people do not talk to him.
According to the Post, the department ordered a "stop and stop" Friday, which meant that Falcon had to hand over his badge and the backpack full of cannons.
Falcon has recently claimed that the NYPD wants to bind him to a psychiatric ward in an attempt to discredit him.
He has previously accused the division of leaking his complaint about sexual harassment to the press in an attempt to embarrass him, and now accuses the ministry of taking measures to have him committed.
"They want to send me to a psychiatric institution for 30 days," Falcon told the New York Daily News. & # 39; This is due to the complaints I have made. They do this to discredit the police. & # 39;
Falcon says the last incident crashed last Friday when he complained about a sergeant of whom he said that he has followed all his steps since complaining about Guerra.
When he returned home, he was met by other police officers whom he claimed he had taken to hospital.
Instead, Falcon claimed to have chest pain and controlled himself at NYU Langone Hospital-Brooklyn, where a source told the Daily News that the police had turned up and urged doctors to let him commit involuntarily.
The hospital, however, rejected the request and released Falcon on Saturday after an independent psychiatric evaluation showed that he was healthy.
It is painfully clear what happens that he is focused on the complaints he has made about sexual harassment, & # 39; told Falcon's lawyer Seamus Barrett the Daily News.
The NYPD officially opened a probe and moved Guerra to Midtown's 17th Precinct on October 24
A picture surfaced of Falcon with a prosthetic penis and posing with Guerra on a Halloween bash two years ago. He says that the photo has been leaked to 'publicly' and 'discredit' him & # 39;
& # 39; Fortunately, the presence of mind was to allow themselves to enter the hospital instead of letting themselves benefit. & # 39;
The NYPD did not respond immediately to a request for comment from DailyMail.com.
In October, Falcon made waves in the department claiming that Guerra had become ballistic after complaining that her panties had been littered over the unisex dressing room, the supervisor shouting & # 39; that they are clean! & # 39; while she rubbed the undergarments over his face.
& # 39; I am the pariah of the district and the NYPD. My career is over, "he said earlier against the New York Post.
& # 39; No one ever takes me seriously … I am known as the panty-eater. My job is impossible, "he added.
Falcon lodged a complaint with the Equal Employment Office of the NYPD on 24 October.
In this complaint he accuses his department and investigators of the initial ignoring of his complaints and leaking embarrassing details to the press.
& # 39; The Department allowed me to be humbled and that is what I intend to prove, & # 39; he said.
Falcon claims that he by Guerra for years & # 39; almost daily & # 39; has been abused. He has worked with Sgt Guerra for five years in Sunset Park.
The complaint is based on discrimination on grounds of sex / gender, sexual assault and battery, sexual harassment, hostile work environment and continuous retaliation.
He claims that when he complained to a lieutenant and captain about her "sexually inappropriate comments", Guerra and Sgt Johnny Wong in turn asked him for retaliation.
Falcon told his colleagues in 2017 that he was dating someone and Guerra was joking: "If they do not call you back, it's because you're a little bit horny! & # 39;
Falcon and Guerra posed together at a Halloween party two years ago.
In the picture he held a gag penis, claiming that the costume was related to her & # 39; small d *** & # 39; just kidding.
He believes the photo has recently leaked in an attempt to publicly ashamed and discredit him.
The complaint also claims that Guerra checked that he approved overtime and changed detectives and deliberately refused Falcon's requests for team changes to attend custody hearings for his autistic child and that he later approved his overtime requests.
The 72 Precinct in Brooklyn has recently been hit by a host of other shameless accusations, including a police officer involved in a prostitution ring and the deputy inspector accused of shaking off a company for $ 80,000 in flight tickets
& # 39; In a world where we are looking for gender equality, I was abused for my gender. Imagine a male who does that with a female. He would not have a job anymore, & Falcon said.
The panties on October 7 was the last drop for Falcon.
He sat in the squadron with Guerra, detective Donna Marie Mazza and Detective Ioannis Kyrkos when he said: "You have panties in the locker room and panties under the shower." while talking about hygiene.
The comment would have thrown her into a downward spiral and she grabbed an 'angry' and 'dark' side. belt and confronted Falcon.
& # 39; I was talking and she put it in my face and started rubbing it into my mouth. I was a deer in the headlights. I kept hearing her say, "They're clean," Falcon said.
The two other detectives were shocked by the eruption.
& # 39; We all looked at each other. Mazza said: & # 39; What the F *** did they just & # 39; and Kyrkos said, "that was disgusting," he added.
Falcon said the district has a culture of & # 39; you do not rattle & # 39 ;.
The NYPD opened an official probe on October 24 and Guerra was transferred to the 17th district of Midtown. Falcon said she called her transfer a promotion.
Guerra and Sgt Wong have yet to comment on the complaint.
The district house has been through a lot of scandals recently.
Last year police chief Manuel Rodriguez was accused of taking part in a prostitution and gambling ring led by a former agent.
He was then stripped of his rifle and badge.
Meanwhile, the district commander, deputy inspector Emmanuel Gonzalez, was summoned by an owner of the Sunset Park club, who claimed that the cop dismounted his business for $ 80,000 for 11 return tickets to the Puerto Rico destroyed by Hurricane Maria.