Cops pay up and quit over a $100G lie about Brooklyn man’s alleged gun possession

By Rocco Parascandola | NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Tuesday, November 28, 2017, 4:00 AM

A Brooklyn man who filed a federal lawsuit against the NYPD for framing him on a gun charge has settled his case for $100,000 — with the two cops who arrested him on the hook for some of the dough.

Raul Glasgow, now 45, was pulled over in November 2012 in East Flatbush for driving with a forged license — and cops also claimed they found a .45-caliber pistol in the trunk of his car during a search at the 67th Precinct.

But Glasgow insisted the cops set him up. They promised not to impound his car if he had any information about guns or drugs, he said at the time.

Glasgow offered to give them the .45 that he had in his apartment — a gun left with him by a friend.

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