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Background Information

Employment History

New York Police Department


POLICE BOOKS


Web References(4 Total References)


POLICE BOOKS - Stephen Del Corso

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Stephen Del Corso, New York Police Department
POLICE BOOKS - Stephen Del Corso Stephen Del Corso Stephen Del Corso and Bill Erwin were narcotics detectives in the New York Police Department. The book cover says, "Detectives Steve Del Corso and Bill Erwin had worked narcotics before and knew that the heroin network was almost impossible to breach. Then, one day in 1972, Steve and Bill tailed a known dealer to a quiet block in East Harlem, and before their eyes saw millions of dollars of heroin changing hands right out in the open, on the sidewalk in front of the local fruit store, barbershop, and tavern. This is the case that would never have come to trial if Del Corso and Erwin had not befriended Dolores Gomez, a tough, street-smart drug courier who risked her life by turning state's evidence. And this is the case that could have been blown if Del Corso and Erwin had accepted the biggest bribe ever offered two New York City detectives: $250,000 to destroy the evidence they'd collected-and kill Dolores Gomez."


POLICE BOOKS - Biographical

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Stephen Del Corso, New York Police Department


POLICE BOOKS - Bill Erwin

www.police-writers.com [cached]

Bill Erwin and Stephen Del Corso were narcotics detectives in the New York Police Department.
The book cover says, "Detectives Steve Del Corso and Bill Erwin had worked narcotics before and knew that the heroin network was almost impossible to breach. Then, one day in 1972, Steve and Bill tailed a known dealer to a quiet block in East Harlem, and before their eyes saw millions of dollars of heroin changing hands right out in the open, on the sidewalk in front of the local fruit store, barbershop, and tavern. This is the case that would never have come to trial if Del Corso and Erwin had not befriended Dolores Gomez, a tough, street-smart drug courier who risked her life by turning state's evidence. And this is the case that could have been blown if Del Corso and Erwin had accepted the biggest bribe ever offered two New York City detectives: $250,000 to destroy the evidence they'd collected-and kill Dolores Gomez."


Narc tales and corruption - Criminal Justice Updates - Introduction and Rules - Criminal Justice Online

www.criminaljustice-online.com [cached]

Stephen Del Corso and Bill Erwin were narcotics detectives in the New York Police Department.


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