The second-highest-ranking member of the NYPD was accused of cheating on his sergeant’s exam nearly 30 years ago — and was disciplined in four other misconduct cases, newly unearthed records show.
First Deputy Commissioner Edward Caban was among more than two dozen aspiring sergeants to get wrapped up in the decades-old cheating scandal, according to the never-before-seen police files obtained by The Post.
Details of the allegations were disclosed in Caban’s patchwork disciplinary file, which was sealed for decades and obtained through the state’s Freedom of Information Law. The total five misconduct cases span 148 pages — and contain an admission from Caban he stole pay and used his department
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