NYPD fires cops accused of assault, theft

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The NYPD has fired a pair of cops — one accused of beating his girlfriend and the other busted for stealing, The Post has learned.

Detective Samuel Lallave and Officer Jason Holloway were dismissed from the force in October, a police spokeswoman confirmed.

Lallave, a 53-year-old assigned to Narcotics for Patrol Borough Brooklyn North, was arrested in late August and charged with petit larceny for allegedly stealing cash while on the job, according to police and sources at the time.

The NYPD set up a sting to catch the detective in the act after prior complaints from residents at the property, sources said.

Holloway, a Police Benevolent Association delegate from the 88th Precinct, was arrested in February 2018 after allegedly getting drunk and busting down his girlfriend’s door, forcing her to get stitches.

The cop was charged with assault and criminal mischief, police said.

The case is sealed by the Brooklyn DA, and it wasn’t immediately clear how it played out in court.

The NYPD did not provide a comment.

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