A veteran NYPD detective is off the job after admitting he faked police reports by claiming he interviewed victims — when he actually blew them off and lied to his bosses about it.
Michael Baer, 31, admitted that he filed phony reports in three cases dating to 2019 in a plea agreement filed Monday in Manhattan court.
The deal cost him his job but allows the 10-year veteran to dodge jail time.
Instead, Manhattan prosecutors recommended a conditional discharge for Baer in exchange for the guilty plea, which required him to quit the NYPD, and bars him from holding down a job in law enforcement.
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