A former NYPD cop was finally held on bail after his third arrest for sexually abusing children.
Shaun Frazier, 40, faces three criminal cases stemming from the allegations of four underage victims, court records show.
Brooklyn Criminal Court Judge Kim Peterson ordered Frazier held on $150,000 bail during an arraignment Monday night. Hours earlier, Frazier resigned from the NYPD.
In the latest case, Frazier is charged with endangering the welfare of a child, criminal sex act and two counts of sexual abuse for allegedly forcing the daughter of a family friend to perform oral sex on him and showing the child a pornographic video on separate dates in April 2017.
The alleged child abuser was first arrested in Sept. 2019 on one count of endangering the welfare of a child for masturbating in front of a friend’s 10-year-old daughter while asking her to lick her underwear.
He was released without bail and suspended without pay.
The disgraced former officer allegedly abused two other underage victims in 2018, according to an indictment. He was arrested on two counts of endangering the welfare of a child in November for exposing himself to the minors and released without bail.
The allegations against Frazier, who had worked in the NYPD’s building maintenance department, came to light after an Internal Affairs Bureau investigation, sources previously told The Post.
He finally resigned on Monday.