Ex-NYPD Deputy Chief Michael Harrington is expected to plead guilty in a wide-ranging corruption probe involving other officers of the department, a new report revealed.
Harrington will appear in Manhattan federal court Thursday to answer to the charges against him, according to the New York Post.
Harrington and former Deputy Inspector James Grant were charged in 2016 after they accepted favors from businessmen who in exchange, bought them hookers, jewelry and gifts.
Harrington is now facing up to 10 years in prison.
Former New York Police Department Deputy Chief Michael Harrington is set to plead guilty Thursday in a in a wide-ranging corruption probe against officers of the department (Harrington is shown departing Federal Court in Manhattan after a hearing on June 20, 2016)
Harrington and former Deputy Inspector James Grant were charged in 2016 after they accepted favors from businessmen who bought them hookers (Grant is also shown departing the 2016 court hearing)
Harrington and Grant are set for trial on April 30, the Post