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Old 10-10-2013, 09:13 AM
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An Edison police officer faces multiple departmental charges and the possible loss of his job for allegedly returning to the scene of an emergency call to proposition a woman for sex.

Anthony Sarni, 39, had just finished his shift and was still in uniform when he drove to the Extended Stay America hotel in Edisonís Raritan Center to find the woman, whom he had met earlier in the night after a disturbance there, according to three law enforcement officials with knowledge of the case.

Once back at the hotel, Sarni allegedly pressed the woman to engage in a sexual encounter, according to the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the case. The woman rebuffed him and filed a complaint, they said.

"She felt he was being inappropriate and using his authority as a police officer to coerce her," one of the officials said.

Sarni, a 10-year veteran who earns more than $118,000, was suspended with pay last week. He was charged administratively with engaging in inappropriate conduct, lying to investigators and other counts. The charging documents indicate he will be fired if he is found guilty at a departmental hearing.

Sarni could not be reached for comment.

His lawyer, Peter Paris, declined to address the charges, saying in a brief statement that internal disciplinary matters are confidential under guidelines set by the state Attorney Generalís Office.

Sarni is the third Edison officer to be charged either internally or criminally over the past five months, contributing to a cloud of misconduct that has lingered over the department for decades.

In June, Patrolman Alan Varady was charged with drunken driving after he was seen swilling beer in his police cruiser. Varady, a 27-year veteran, filed for retirement a month later.

Another officer, Michael Dotro, was charged with five counts of attempted murder in May for allegedly setting fire to his captainís home while the man and his family slept inside.

Dotro, 36, later was slapped with additional counts that included buying marijuana while in uniform, conspiring to sell the drug, slashing a womanís tires and accessing the departmentís records database for personal use.

Edison cop charged with attempted murder in firebomb attack makes first court appearance
Edison Police Officer Michael Dotro, seen here during a court appearance in May, is charged with five counts of attempted murder for allegedly torching a supervisor's house.
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The investigation into Dotroís activities prior to the fire continues. Whatís more, it could ensnare one or more of his fellow officers on the night shift.

Dotro, the law enforcement officials said, is accused of engaging in a campaign of harassment against a North Brunswick police officer who had ticketed one of his relatives.

Dotro allegedly enlisted colleagues to aid in the harassment of the man, who lives in Edison. Last month, investigators obtained warrants to seize the cell phones of officers on Dotroís squad, the officials said. The probe is now focusing on two of the officers, according to the officials.

The incident involving Sarni occurred in April and was the subject of a lengthy investigation and review by Edisonís internal affairs unit and the Middlesex County Prosecutorís Office, which concluded the officerís actions did not rise to the level of a crime, the law enforcement officials said.

Police Chief Thomas Bryan confirmed Sarniís suspension but declined to discuss the case, saying it was an internal matter.

The complaint marked the second allegation of sexual misconduct this year against Sarni, a married father of four.

Previously, a female motorist contended Sarni propositioned her after pulling her over in Edison, the officials said. Internal affairs investigators concluded the allegation could not be sustained, meaning it could neither be proved nor disproved.

Sal Della Fave, president of the Policemenís Benevolent Association in Edison, said he was shocked by the allegations against his colleague.

"I know Tony Sarni well, and he has always been a very good police officer," Della Fave said. "Whatever the outcome of the investigation, he will have to live with that, but Tony has always been an upstanding guy."

Addressing the broader issue of continuing misconduct, Della Fave said the union has worked with department leaders to reform the department.

"There are always going to be a few bad apples in every bunch," he said. "The majority of our people here ó the officers and the command staff ó are all hard-working mothers and fathers who want to do their job and do whatís best for the town."
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I assume you are from NJ (first clue was your screen name...) so you are fully aware of just how bad the Edison PD is. 60 Minutes did a story on them a few years ago, and nothing has improved. If anything, they are worse.

From this guy trying to get a piece, to the Arson/Attempted murder, to cops running from their car buck naked, to secret dossiers on not only other cops, but private citizens... it goes on and on...
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118k is enough money to facilitate a business transaction not requiring coercion.

Just sayin.
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I assume you are from NJ (first clue was your screen name...) so you are fully aware of just how bad the Edison PD is. 60 Minutes did a story on them a few years ago, and nothing has improved. If anything, they are worse.

From this guy trying to get a piece, to the Arson/Attempted murder, to cops running from their car buck naked, to secret dossiers on not only other cops, but private citizens... it goes on and on...
Its got horrible here over the past decade. Police state is full blown we can do what ever we want. I got friends in certain agencies that when they do raids, he says the don't invite or even tell local PD because its so corrupt
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sounds like a department out of control to me. ;?
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Jerseysportfisher... I am frightfully close to Edison, and know about 6 cops there. One guy was suspended years ago for shooting out the windows of his ex-girlfriends parents house with a BB gun... and he is now a Sargent!

Another cop recently was busted for drinking for several hours at a barbeque while in uniform and on duty!

It goes on and on...
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It's NJ, do we really expect something better.
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Jerseysportfisher... I am frightfully close to Edison, and know about 6 cops there. One guy was suspended years ago for shooting out the windows of his ex-girlfriends parents house with a BB gun... and he is now a Sargent!

Another cop recently was busted for drinking for several hours at a barbeque while in uniform and on duty!

It goes on and on...
I can tell you about the crazy shit that goes on by me, cop pistol whipped his old lady. Got desk duty from a few months. Back on the road gun and everything.
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Just another day in Jersey.
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Originally Posted by NJFISH View Post
...and up goes the blue wall
There's a wall??
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Originally Posted by NJFISH View Post
...and up goes the blue wall
Nah... that doesn't exist. We're just trying to serve our community... LOL.

Here you go:

CLICK HERE to learn: What do Edison Police Officers make BASE PAY?
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Originally Posted by beatcop49 View Post
There's a wall??
In hindsight you are right. They are so brazen, they don't even bother posturing anymore.
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Ahh, Jersey, I call it home! LOL!!!!!
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they are the most corrupt in the county, not the state but a close runner
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Originally Posted by gumshoe View Post
118k is enough money to facilitate a business transaction not requiring coercion.

Just sayin.

I am amazed every time I see what NY/NJ cops earn. No wonder their property taxes are so high. That is the real crime
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Nothing new...

http://www.nj.com/middlesex/index.ss...uct_bruta.html
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Originally Posted by OldPete View Post
Nah... that doesn't exist. We're just trying to serve our community... LOL.

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Lol...thanks for clearing that up....protecting and serving the "victim".

Joking aside, theres no defending this. But thats not what caught my eye...what he was getting paid, is what got my eye. I didn't get half that as a sergeant.
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Originally Posted by nhpursuit2870 View Post
It's NJ, do we really expect something better.
Idiotic statement. I grew up in Bergen County and still have lots of family and friends there. If you are well-off it's a great place to live and raise kids. Far more idiot white-trash rednecks in NH where I now live.....just read about Rochester, Manchester or Nashua any day of the week.
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Originally Posted by OldPete View Post
Nah... that doesn't exist. We're just trying to serve our community... LOL.

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CLICK HERE to learn: What do Edison Police Officers make BASE PAY?
WOW! That is ******* appalling that these moron scumbags make that much money. Are police officers worth almost $200k per year? **** NO!!!!!!!

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