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Devon Daniels, former officer at the 111th Precinct, was arrested recently by the DEA.

This time, he was on the wrong side of the cuffs.

Devon Daniels, formerly assigned to the 111th Precinct in Bayside, was arrested on Tuesday, May 15 for his role in allegedly aiding drug dealers.

According to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Daniels, 30, “abused his authority and position of trust by accessing a computer database of the FBI in a manner that exceeded authorized access.”

The criminal complaint details how the DEA office in Wichita, Kansas had been investigating a heroin trafficking organization since 2008; wiretaps revealed that Daniels allegedly communicated with the leader of a Jamaica-based heroin distribution organization on numerous occasions to, among other things, ask for money and to borrow vehicles.

The alleged dealer also asked Daniels how to “get gun shot residue off your hands,” and was provided with an official NYPD parking plaque.

DEA officials also say that Daniels ascertained information from his colleagues regarding drug arrests, which he then passed along to members; he also performed criminal background checks and obtained license plate information for the dealers, reportedly using the mobile computers inside police crusiers.

Daniels’ bank account was also used “to facilitate financial transactions that involved drug proceeds.”

It was unclear at the time of his arrest, executed by the DEA, IRS and NYPD Internal Affairs, what charges Daniels faced.

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