New York police Sgt. stripped of guns after his cop girlfriend uses Instagram to expose his affair with a subordinate
Post shows Sgt. Kandou Worley kissing married Officer, Stephanie Gallardo
Worley, 40, and Gallardo, as well as her husband, Cristian Gallardo, all worked in the NYPD’s prestigious strategic response group [SRG]
The unit is tasked with responding to terror attacks, civil unrest and other major emergencies
NYPD Officer Tyeis Coppin, allegedly posted pictures of her lover, Worley, kissing and caressing his secret paramour
Gallardo admitted she had a “personal relationship” with Worley during Sept and Oct
She’d been separated from her husband, Cristian Gallardo, since March, even though they were still living together and raising their 20-month-old daughter, she said
All four cops were stripped of their weapons and re-assigned, to avoid “the potential for violent outcomes due to the sensitive nature of infidelity and everyone having access to guns” – NYPD
This photo allegedly shows NYPD Sgt. Kandou Worley [left] kissing married NYPD Officer Stephanie Gallardo in a post that was allegedly posted by Worley’s jealous girlfriend, fellow NYPD Officer Tyeis Coppin
An NYPD cop enraged to learn her sergeant boyfriend was cheating with a married subordinate got her revenge the modern way: on Instagram.
The scorned cop posted pictures of her lover kissing and caressing his secret side piece — prompting the NYPD to swoop in and strip the two-timing coppers of their sidearms.
NYPD brass first learned of the messy situation on Dec. 30. That’s when they were tipped off pictures had surfaced on Sgt. Kandou Worley’s Instagram showing Worley kissing Officer Stephanie Gallardo, who is married to another cop, according to an internal NYPD report .
Scorned: NYPD Officer Tyeis Coppin, allegedly posted pictures of her boyfriend, Sgt. Worley, kissing and caressing his secret lover, prompting the dept to open an investigation. The two alleged cheating officers have had their guns taken away
“I told my girl I loved her 10 mins b4 I f***ed this one,” one of the photos was captioned.
“She’s someone’s wife, she’s not my girl tho,” a second photo was captioned. “I have one and this is not her!!!!”
Worley, 40, and Gallardo, along with Gallardo’s husband, all worked in the NYPD’s prestigious strategic response group, which responds to terror attacks, civil unrest and other major emergencies.
Gallardo was called in for an internal interview.
According to the NYPD internal report Gallardo told the board that she married her husband in 2014, butt while they share a 20-month-old daughter and continue to live together, they are now separated.
She admitted she dated Worley in September and October but was never intimate with him beyond kissing.
According to the internal report, Gallardo told cops what Worley had told her: his steady girlfriend, Tyeis Coppin, who is also an NYPD officer attached to the 32nd precinct in Harlem, had gained access to his Instagram account and in a fit of rage posted the photos of him and Gallardo together.
This Instagram post allegedly shows NYPD Sgt. Kandou Worley kissing married NYPD Officer Stephanie Gallardo in a post allegedly posted by Worley’s jealous girlfriend, Tyeis Coppin, herself an NYPD officer
Worley’s police officer girlfriend, Tyeis Coppin, a union delegate in the 32nd Precinct, allegedly found incriminating photos on his cellphone and posted them to his Instagram account the day after Christmas, the document says.
Screenshots of three photos include an image of Gallardo, with her hair wet, gazing into the eyes of Worley, who has beads of water dotting his bare chest.
Another photo, of Gallardo snuggling her face against Worley’s clothed chest as he caresses the back of her head, has a caption that reads, “I told my girl I loved her 10 mins b4 I f–ked this one.”
When the brass found out about the pics on Dec. 28, Gallardo admitted she had a “personal relationship” with Worley during September and October.
But she said she’d been separated from her husband, fellow SRG cop Cristian Gallardo, since March, even though they were still living together and raising their 20-month-old daughter.
All four cops were stripped of their weapons and re-assigned, with an NYPD source saying the situation raised “the potential for violent outcomes due to the sensitive nature of infidelity and everyone having access to guns.”
NYPD said the cops have since been given back their guns and returned to active duty in their original assignments while an investigation continues.
The NYPD Patrol Guide doesn’t prohibit relationships between cops , even involving a superior and a subordinate, “except if you’re a police supervisor in the police academy,” according to a dept spokesperson