By Tina Moore
An NYPD sergeant accused of stuffing her panties in a male underling’s mouth in a Brooklyn stationhouse nearly five years ago is set to get a promotion — along with a raise — later this week, The Post has learned.
Sgt. Ann Marie Guerra — who is being sued in Brooklyn federal court over the Oct. 7, 2018 incident — will get bumped up to the role of sergeant supervisor detective squad on Friday, official paperwork shows.
Guerra was the second-in-command at the 72nd Precinct Detectives Squad when she lost it on Detective Victor Falcon after he complained about her habit of leaving her underwear around the unisex locker room, sources said at the time.
“In a fit of rage, defendant Guerra ignored all protocol, retrieved her soiled underwear and violently shoved them into Falcon’s mouth and then aggressively rubbed them all over Falcon’s face,” Falcon claimed in his suit filed in 2019.
“The sexually-charged and violent gender-motivated assault left Falcon traumatized and in shock … Guerra screamed in (Falcon’s) face, ‘See? They are f–ing clean!’”
Categories: Police State/Civil Liberties
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