Former NCPD commanders indicted

Zachary Parker, the Bellmore man at the center

Zachary Parker, the Bellmore man at the center of a scandal that led to the indictment of three high-ranking Nassau police officials, leaves Nassau County court after receiving 5 years probation. (March 16, 2012) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)

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William Flanagan, second deputy commissioner; John Hunter, deputy chief of patrol; and Alan Sharpe, a recently retired deputy commander of the Seventh Precinct Squad, have been indicted after an investigation by District Attorney Kathleen Rice's office, sources said.

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