Five NYPD members arrested over the weekend in separate incidents

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Five police department members were arrested in separate incidents over the last three days, the NYPD said.

The first arrest was in the Bronx on Friday when officers arrested Officer Miguel Gomez, 41, for allegedly unlawfully conducting surveillance.

Later Friday night, the NYPD said traffic agent Denise Johnson, 37, was picked up in the Bronx and charged with criminal possession of a weapon, obstruction of a government operation and criminal possession of stolen property.

The next night cops charged Curline Brown, 55, with criminal possession of a controlled substance. She worked as an administrative aide for the NYPD, according to the police.

Early Sunday, two off-duty officers were arrested in Queens in separate DWI incidents, police said.

One of the officers allegedly left the scene of an accident.

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