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NYPD cop cuffed in Queens: Police

The officer was arrested in the confines of the 107th Precinct (pictured).
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POMONOK — An NYPD officer was taken into custody last week after an incident in the 107th Precinct, according to cops.

On Sept. 12, Officer Matthew Slavin was cuffed and charged with assault and criminal mischief, the NYPD said.

The 107th Precinct covers the area from the Van Wyck Expressway in the west to the Clearview Expressway in the east, and the Long Island Expressway to Hillside Avenue north to south.

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