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Officer arrested for trying to patronize a prostitute
NEW YORK (WABC) -- An NYPD officer is under arrest, accused of trying to patronize a prostitute while on duty.
Police say it was part of an internal affairs investigation.
During the operation 37-year-old Luis Gutierrez allegedly offered money in exchange for sex and was then arrested.
It happened Thursday. Gutierrez works as a police officer in Astoria, Queens.
He faces charges of patronizing a prostitute, official misconduct, and conspiracy.
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