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Follies Of First Responders: 4 Fornicating NYPD Cops In ‘Love Rectangle’ Stripped Of Guns So They Wouldn’t Kill Each Other


This love triangle has four corners — and four police badges! An NYPD sergeant cheated on his cop girlfriend with a fellow officer, whose husband is also on the job — and the bosses took away everyone’s guns so they wouldn’t kill each other, sources told The Post on Monday. Sgt. Kandou Worley, 40, and Officer Stephanie Gallardo, 33, were both assigned to the department’s Strategic Response Group when they had their fling last year, according to an internal NYPD document.But their secret was revealed when Worley’s live-in girlfriend, Tyeis Coppin, a union delegate in the 32nd Precinct, found incriminating photos on his cellphone. One shows Gallardo, with her hair wet, gazing into the eyes of Worley, who has beads of water dotting his bare chest. Others show Worley nuzzling Gallardo’s face and kissing her cheek, and Gallardo snuggling into Worley’s clothed chest while he caresses the back of her head. In a fit of vengeance, Coppin, 41, allegedly posted the photos to Worley’s Instagram account, which bears the username “mike_lowry_78” — an apparent reference to the ladies-man detective played by Will Smith in the “Bad Boys” movie franchise. Source

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