New York Police Department officer Rosandre Burgher was arrested in upstate New York for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a teenage boy, the New York Post reports.
Burgher, 26, who works in The Bronx, was arrested in the town of Wallkill on Tuesday.
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“It is alleged that this officer had a relationship with a 16-year-old male, a consensual relationship. This person [the 16-year-old victim] calls directly to Internal Affairs Bureau, makes allegations,” Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said in a press conference on Friday, according to The Post.
“Internal Affairs Bureau goes and meets with Wallkill police department and works in conjunction with them and an arrest was made,” Kelly said.
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Rosandre was charged with “criminal sexual act, unlawfully dealing with a child and endangering the welfare of a child.” The officer, who has been suspended, was released on $35,000 bond on Wednesday and is due back in court on June 26.