Turmoil In Hackensack Police Department Increases With Union Leader Now Facing Criminal Charges

HACKENSACK, NJ &#8211 The leader of Hackensack’s police union chapter and a key player in the ongoing turmoil within the Hackensack Police Department was charged Aug. 3 with official misconduct, aggravated assault and falsifying records for allegedly striking and injuring a man, according to authorities.

Anthony Ferraioli, a 21-year police veteran, is alleged to have struck Andrew Milberg on the head during questioning June 7 regarding an assault outside Houlihan’s in Paramus, according to a press release by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office. An investigation by members of the prosecutor’s office Confidential Investigations Unit resulted in charges being filed against Ferraioli.

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