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NYPD Sergeant Arrested by Local Precinct For Having Underage Sex with Bronx Girl

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Feb. 11, 2015 By Michael Florio

An off duty NYPD sergeant was arrested last night within the confines of the 108 precinct for having sex with a minor.

Sgt. Vladimir Krull, a 10-year NYPD veteran, faces a slew of charges including rape, criminal sex, endangering the welfare of a child, sex abuse, forcible touching and sexual misconduct, police said.

Krull had sex with a 13-year-old Bronx girl six times between September 2013 and September 2014 at various locations, including her home, according to DNAinfo.

Krull, 37, had been assigned the Midtown North Precinct.

Krull had been lauded in December for played a key part in helping catch a bank robber in the act on Madison Avenue.

Further details were not immediately available.

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An off duty NYPD sergeant was arrested last night within the confines of the 108 precinct for having sex with a minor. i guess the key word is 108 precinct


Okay. I saw that he worked in midtown, the crime was not committed here, and it doesn’t say he lives around here, so maybe he was just passing through? That makes it newsworthy for the residents of Sunnyside?


if you read the article he was ARRESTED WITHIN THE CONFINES OF THE “108 Pct.” which includes “Sunnyside”


Thanks Angela. The guy didn’t work here, he didn’t live here, and he didn’t commit a crime here, but he WAS arrested here, so I guess that makes it news worthy for local Sunnysiders.


yuuuuck.. dude…13 ???? , there’s no mistake “oh she looked older” nonsense , you straight up sick in the head.


for once i agree with you! everyone knows prisoners aren’t friendly towards child molesters…i wonder how they like COPS who molest children…


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