The NYPD has shaken up the ranks at a Brooklyn precinct at the center of a civil rights filing that described the squad as a racist “frat house” — and has also transferred a cop known as the “panty-eater” to a new patrol, The Post has learned.
Three detectives and two sergeants were transferred out of Borough Park’s 66th Precinct Wednesday and sent to various other precincts in Brooklyn, according to confidential police documents obtained by The Post.
Three of the five — Sgt. Gary Caporale, Detective A nthony Carreira and Detective James Dawson — were named last month in an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Title VII complaint filed by Detective Michael Moy, a high-ranking source told The Post.
Moy, a Chinese American cop with 24 years on the job, accused the detectives of playing racist YouTube clips while the sergeant just looked the other way, the source said.
The complaint also alleged the detectives would blast the TV every time President Trump was on, according to the source. On March 22, Moy and his partner complained about the volume and tried to shut off the TV. Moy and Dawson tussled and Dawson allegedly threatened Moy’s career.
Less than a week later, Moy was placed on modified duty and was stripped of his gun and badge, the source said.
Meanwhile, earlier this month, Detective Victor Falcon — who claimed his sergeant shoved her underwear in his mouth and harassed him on a daily basis — was moved out of the 72nd Precinct in Sunset Park, according to another confidential police record.
Falcon filed a federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint last October reporting Sgt. Ann Marie Guerra’s alleged actions, which he said spanned five years.
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