PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA – A Philadelphia Police officer was arrested Monday for allegedly stealing from a toy store.
Forty-eight-year-old Bridgette Paris was arrested following an investigation by the department’s Internal Affairs Bureau and the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. Authorities allege Paris engaged in an on-going conspiracy of theft from a local toy store.
She is charged with retail theft, unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, forgery and related offenses.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey will suspend Paris, who is a 14-year veteran, for thirty days with the intent to dismiss.