Ex-NYPD labor leader Ed Mullins pleads guilty in federal case

Ex-NYPD labor leader Ed Mullins pleads guilty in federal case

Ex-NYPD labor leader Ed Mullins pleads guilty in federal case

The disgraced ex-head of the NYPD’s Sergeants Benevolent Association is expected to file federal charges Thursday after allegedly stealing union dues to fund his lavish lifestylehas heard The Post.

Ed Mullins, 61, will appear in Manhattan federal court on Thursday afternoon before Judge John Koeltl, where his attorney, Thomas Kenniff, told The Post he will be amending his plea in the case.

The specific charges he would have to admit were not immediately known.

The FBI and attorneys for Mullins – who was charged with wire fraud last year – have been in talks for a plea, court documents show.

Mullins is accused of using trade union dues to pay for hundreds of personal high-end meals, as well as clothing, jewelry and home appliances, court records show.

The FBI alleged that he even drained SBA money to pay for a relative’s college education.

Ex-NYPD labor leader Ed Mullins pleads guilty in federal case
Ed Mullins turned himself in over allegations of embezzling union funds in 2022.
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Federal agents remove boxes of evidence from the building housing the offices of the Sergeants Benevolent Association on October 5, 2021.
Federal agents remove boxes of evidence from the building housing the offices of the Sergeants Benevolent Association on October 5, 2021.
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According to the FBI, he is said to have embezzled a total of hundreds of thousands of dollars from the union.

The FBI raided his home and union offices in October 2021. Months later, he turned himself in to the FBI and was later released on $250,000 bail.

The Union sued his former leader for $1 million and other damages last March.



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