UPDATED: NYC Corrections union head arrested in corruption probe | NY Post

Correction Officers’ union chief Norman Seabrook was busted by the feds Wednesday morning on corruption charges in connection with a sweeping corruption probe focusing on the NYPD and City Hall, law enforcement sources said.

Seabrook, the president of the Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association, was arrested at his Bronx home, sources told The Post.

He allegedly took kickbacks involving the union’s pension fund investments, investigators said, sources said.

[UPDATE: Norman Seabrook, according to the federal government complaint, took a $60,000 kickback in 2014 in return for investing union money with a hedge fund. (@newyorkcityinformer)]
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