Report: More cops to face charges for ticket-fixing

As a grand jury wraps its investigation into the alleged NYPD ticket-fixing scandal, media reports indicate that charges are forthcoming against more police officers. According to the New York Post, more than a dozen officers are expected to be indicted within the next two weeks. Seventeen cops have already been indicted, some of whom are accused of fixing tickets for family members or in exchange for cash. Meanwhile, a New York Post source says a veteran cop from the Bronx allegedly involved in the scandal has been re-admitted to a psychiatric ward after going missing. The officer had reportedly attempted suicide earlier this month.Reports: NYPD 'ticket-fixing' probe expandsMayor Bloomberg: Any ticket-fixing has been correctedPolice union fighting back against 'ticket-fixing' allegations

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