Rochester, NY Taxpayer Dollars at Work: RPD Truancy officer Frank Coriddi Caught on Duty, Playing Hookie!
By Davy V.
You just never know where you will find an on duty Rochester, NY Police officer, misusing taxpayer dollars.
But a hardware store which sells and services lawn and garden equipment, would not have been on my top 10 list.
Well, it should have been.
You see, that’s exactly where I happened to see Rochester, NY Police officer Frank Coriddi Monday morning around 9:00 am.
Coriddi, who works with the RPD’s truancy division, pulled the RPD’s YS-2 Chevy van into Wilson’s hardware located at 812 Monroe Avenue, and got out carrying lawn and garden equipment, including what looked to be a long orange chainsaw.
I thought it would be interesting to ask officer Coriddi exactly what he was doing at the hardware store, bringing in lawn and garden equipment, on duty.
Although the video below didn’t catch the first 20 seconds, here’s how that part of the conversation went:
Me: Good morning officer, can I ask you a question?
Coriddi: (hesitant) sure.
Me: Did you just bringing in lawn and garden equipment here?
Me: Personal equipment, on duty?
Coriddi: Yes, but I can’t talk to you Davy.
Coriddi then starts to walk away which is where the video starts.
It’s interesting that Rochester, NY Police officer Frank Coriddi’s job, is basically catching kids that play hookie by not going to school.
Seems to me, officer Coriddi likes to play hookie too.
Only difference is, he does it on Rochester taxpayer dollars.
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