TWO NYPD recruits, Madelin Ramirez Solano and Javon Latibeaudiere, were suspended Friday after they were caught allegedly having Sex in a bathroom stall at the department's training academy in Queens KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, December 18, 2022

TWO NYPD recruits, Madelin Ramirez Solano and Javon Latibeaudiere, were suspended Friday after they were caught allegedly having Sex in a bathroom stall at the department's training academy in Queens

A pair of NYPD recruits were suspended after being caught having sex in a police academy bathroom. 

Javon Latibeaudiere, 26, and Madelin Ramirez Solano, 21, are said to be in an ongoing relationship but they brought it with them to work, as fellow recruits caught them in a stall.

According to the New York Post, NYPD vets have had enough of some of the shenanigans on display from the new recruits.

One anonymous cop said: 'These recruits don't fear or care about getting caught breaking the rules.'

Another derisively stated: 'This is what we're recruiting now.' The suspension doesn't appear to have dulled their romance, as the Post caught Latibeaudiere leaving Solano's residence in the Bronx Saturday morning. 

When confronted, he said: 'I am not supposed to talk about it. I'm not supposed to talk to the press.'

Recruits are supposed to spend six months training at the Queens facility, meaning Latibeaudiere and Solano were a month from finishing the program. Latibeaudiere came to the NYPD after serving in the Marines and studying at New York City's Pace University and joined the force after graduating in May.

In 2019, he gave an interview in which he spoke about the difficult leap from military service to getting a job as a civilian.

He told CBS New York: 'When you're in the military, they don't technically prepare you to leave the military. People don't have the right resume, they don't know how to translate what they learned in the military to real-life skills,' he said during an interview at a job fair for vets.'

NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell had just earlier this week announced she'd be making changes to disciplinary guidelines to make them less stringent after finding cases that had been 'manifestly unfair' to cops, according to NY1.

The Post spotted Latibeaudiere leaving Solano’s Bronx home around 10 a.m. Saturday.

“I am not supposed to talk about it,” he said when asked what happened with Solano. “I’m not supposed to talk to the press.”

The law and ardor disgusted one insider. He said in a 2019 interview with CBS New York that the transition to civilian life he made that year had been challenging.

“When you’re in the military, they don’t technically prepare you to leave the military. People don’t have the right resume, they don’t know how to translate what they learned in the military to real-life skills,” he said during an interview at a job fair for vets.

The NYPD’s academy is a sprawling facility in College Point where “members of the department undergo extensive, rigorous preparation, befitting the most highly trained and effective law enforcement professionals in the country,” the department says on its website.


The academy, where recruits spend six months, includes a gym, indoor track and a “tactical village that emphasizes hands-on scenario-based training.”

The recruits’ suspensions came just days after Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said she would make unspecified changes to the department’s disciplinary guidelines. She said in a memo that she did “not want officers to feel that they have been treated unjustly, but rather motivated women and men who are enthusiastic members of the service who collaborate effectively with community residents.”

“The two officers are suspended. The matter is under internal review,” the NYPD said.

He said in a 2019 interview with CBS New York that the transition to civilian life he made that year had been challenging.

“When you’re in the military, they don’t technically prepare you to leave the military. People don’t have the right resume, they don’t know how to translate what they learned in the military to real-life skills,” he said during an interview at a job fair for vets.

The NYPD’s Academy is a sprawling facility in College Point where “members of the department undergo extensive, rigorous preparation, befitting the most highly trained and effective law enforcement professionals in the country,” the department says on its website.

The Academy, where recruits spend six months, includes a gym, indoor track and a “tactical village that emphasises hands-on scenario-based training.”

The recruits’ suspensions came just days after Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said she would make unspecified changes to the department’s disciplinary guidelines. She said in a memo that she did “not want officers to feel that they have been treated unjustly, but rather motivated women and men who are enthusiastic members of the service who collaborate effectively with community residents.”

“The two officers are suspended. The matter is under internal review,” the NYPD said

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