|Agency||Prince George's County Maryland Police Department|
|Dates of Service||Hired in 2015|
|Last Known Status||Suspended|
2019-2021 Overtime Misconduct
In April 2021, Brooke and the other officers were stripped of their police powers.
On August 25, 2022, Brooke and the other officers were indicted for misconduct in office and participation in a theft scheme. Some of the thefts rose to the level of felonies. If convicted, the officers face up to five years in prison for the felony theft charges. There is no maximum sentence for misconduct in office.
In January 2023, the Prince George's County State's Attorney’s Public Integrity Unit dropped the criminal charges, saying that they had found additional evidence "from multiple sources".
2021 Officer Misconduct
In February 2021, Brooke stopped a driver and assaulted him during the arrest.
The incident was captured on officers' body-worn cameras.
The department referred the case to the Office of the State's Attorney for Prince George's County.
On February 23, 2023, Brooke was indicted by a grand jury on a misdemeanor charge of misconduct in office.
- ↑ Anthony Brooke J, Police Corporal-L, Prince George's County, govSalaries
- ↑ Amanda Gomez, Prince George’s County Police Officer Indicted Over Alleged Traffic Stop Assault, dcist, 2023-02-27
- ↑ Camilo Morgan, 14 Prince George officers charged, accused of double-dipping, US Today News, 2022-08-25
- ↑ 14 Prince George's County police officers indicted for misconduct in office, FOX 5, 2022-08-25
- ↑ Jordan Pascale, Charges Reportedly Dropped Against 14 Prince George’s County Officers Accused Of Double Dipping, dcist, 2023-01-24
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Suspended PGPD Officer Indicted for Misconduct in Office, Prince George's County Police Department, 2023-02-23
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