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SBA sues Ed Mullins for allegedly stealing sergeants’ dues

Embattled ex-union boss Ed Mullins was slapped with a $1 million lawsuit Wednesday by the Sergeants Benevolent Affiliation associated to fees he allegedly embezzled from the group.

The SBA introduced the Manhattan Supreme Courtroom case towards Mullins, 60, for his “fraudulent scheme to steal and misappropriate union funds from the membership,” the one-page summons alleges.

The union is searching for $1 million and different unspecified damages from Mullins.

Federal prosecutors final month introduced a legal case towards Mullins, claiming that since 2017, he has been embezzling a whole bunch of hundreds of {dollars} from the SBA to dwell giant — together with shopping for high-end meals, jewellery, clothes and residential home equipment.

Mullins carried out the theft by allegedly submitting bogus expense experiences to be reimbursed by union dues. Since 2017, Mullins submitted experiences to the tune of $1 million — most of which have been falsified, prosecutors alleged.

Mullins additionally inflated fees on his expense experiences in order that he may pocket the rest of his reimbursements and doctored vendor names to make the bills appear business-related, the feds declare.

Federal agents carry boxes of evidence from the Sergeants Benevolent Association offices on Oct. 5, 2021.
Federal brokers carry packing containers of proof from the Sergeants Benevolent Affiliation places of work on Oct. 5, 2021.
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Ed Mullins, former president of the NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA),
Mullins allegedly falsified expense experiences to the Sergeants Benevolent Affiliation.
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Law enforcement officials, presumably the FBI, raided the headquarters of the NYPD Sergeant's Benevolent Association earlier today.
Mullins stepped down from his place after authorities raided the Sergeants Benevolent Affiliation places of work.
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Ed Mullins, former president of the NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA),
Mullins is accused of embezzling a whole bunch of hundreds of {dollars} from the Sergeants Benevolent Affiliation.
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Mullins resigned and filed for retirement in October following regulation enforcement raids on his dwelling and union places of work.

His legal protection lawyer Marc Mukasey declined to remark.

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