Macedon, NY Police officer Arrested and Charged with Stealing from His Fellow Officers
Macedon, NY Police officer Edward O'Konsky
By Davy V.
A Macedon, NY Police officer has been arrested after he stole from his fellow officers.
Edward O'Konsky, 38, of Farmington, NY, was arrested and charged with Grand Larceny in the 4th Degree, Falsifying Business Records 1st Degree, Official Misconduct, 2 counts of Tampering with Physical Evidence, and Petit Larceny, after Macedon Police officials say he stole approximately $2,200 from the Macedon Association of Police Officers, by making several bank withdrawals.
O'Konsky was the president of the Macedon Association of Police Officers, and also handled his fellow officers' banking.
Officials say O'Konsky also removed a piece of evidence from the department, for his own personal use, however, officials would not say what that item was.
Edward O’Konsky was arraigned in Macedon, NY Town Court on the charges and released.
O'Konsky is due back in court on November 19th at 10 am.
He was suspended without pay by the Macedon, NY Town Board.
If Macedon, NY Police officer Edward O'Konsky will steal from his own fellow officers, imagine what other crimes he may be guilty of committing against private citizens.