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An NYPD sergeant found himself in handcuffs Wednesday morning after he allegedly choked and assaulted his girlfriend at her South Ozone Park residence, police said.

Sergeant Sergio Gonzalez was taken into custody just after 3:20 a.m. in the vicinity of Lefferts Boulevard and 135th Avenue, law enforcement sources said.

Officers from the 106th Precinct responded to a 911 call about the incident, in which Gonzalez allegedly struck and choked his 28-year-old girlfriend in the middle of an argument. She suffered minor injuries and refused medical attention at the scene.

Police sources said Gonzalez is assigned to a precinct in Queens, but declined to identify it. He was charged with criminal mischief, criminal obstruction of breathing and harassment; departmental disciplinary charges are also pending.


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joe July 06, 2016 / 06:48PM
No surprise that this thug police officer works for South Ozone Park's 106th precinct, one of the s**ttiest precincts in Southeast Queens and I am sure some of the folks there are paid off too look the other way with quality of life issues. Let's see if this slime-bag gets off. I am surprise the precinct did not state "no violations were observed" like they tend to do with several quality of life issues in that district.
Sara E. Diaz July 07, 2016 / 00:47AM
Where does it state he is from the 106?

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