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Two more corrupt Paterson police officers sentenced

By Jonathan Greene
Published: September 9, 2022

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A judge sentenced two more police officers for their roles in violating people’s civil rights.

Frank Toledo, 33, and Daniel Pent, 35, both of Paterson, were sentenced at the Newark federal court on Friday.

Toledo received a 24-month sentence while Pent received an 18-month sentence.

Toledo previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate individuals’ civil rights, using unreasonable and excessive force in violation of individuals’ civil rights, and filing a false police report.

Pent previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate individuals’ civil rights, using unreasonable and excessive force in violation of individuals’ civil rights, and filing a false police report.

Both will also have to serve three years of supervised release after completing their prison terms. Both are among a group of police officers to conduct unjustified motor vehicle stops to steal money from drivers and occupants.

Police officers Jonathan Bustios, Eudy Ramos, and Matthew Torres were sentenced on Thursday.


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