Cop Arrested Trying to Shoplift From Home Depot, NYPD Says

By Aidan Gardiner on February 22, 2013 8:00am 

 Mohammad Khan was arrested Thursday afternoon after trying to shoplift from a Home Depot, cops said.
Mohammad Khan was arrested Thursday afternoon after trying to shoplift from a Home Depot, cops said.
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RICHMOND HILL — A police officer who works in the Brooklyn courts was arrested Thursday for trying to shoplift from a Home Depot, cops said.

Mohammad Khan, 45, has been charged with menacing and petit larceny after he tried to smuggle merchandise out of the hardware store and threatened employees when confronted about it, according to the NYPD.

The Home Depot location wasn't identified by police, but the officer was arrested in the 102nd Precinct which covers Kew Gardens, Richmond Hill, and Woodhaven.

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