April 15, 2024

NYPD Cop Fired Over Phony Complaints

Well, that's a good way to get canned.

Fake complaints about your boss.

But this disgraced veteran city cop didn't stop there.

Aram Bhairam admitted he even used the department's internal computers to perform personal favors for relatives and was caught tapping into NYPD databases 500 times to check up on ex-girlfriends.

Bhairam had been on the force for over a decade, dating back to 2010.

In addition to the database violations, he was also found guilty of taking "childish" digs at NYPD Lt. Marlene Hernandez while pretending to be a disgruntled resident.

"I came to precinct the other day and this female in a white shirt who look like a tranny with fillers was giving me attitude about my property," one complaint filed by Bhairam on January 14, 2022, said.

"I feel bad for the cops that gotta deal with her nasty attitude," Bhairam's complaint read. "Get rid of that bich."

As a result of his actions, Bhairam was booted from the force.

He also made a bunch of other extremely rude complaints while pretending to be random citizens.

In the complaints, he constantly degraded Marlene Hernandez.

Some of the terms he used to describe her were "man lady," "extremely rude," "tranny looking lady," "crazy guy dressed as a cop," and somebody who needed to "put her mask on" because "she’s scaring my dogs as I walk by the precinct."

Here's an example of the type of complaints Bhairam was filing about his boss:

"Mayor Adams please remove the tranny nasty Spanish lady with white shirt she is very rude and has no courtesy and respect for the public or the cops."

Bhairam also "ran license plates of family and friends to check for outstanding summonses or to see if their driving privileges were suspended," according to NYPD internal records.

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