"He told me, ' You'll never guess what happened to me the other day. I got called into my boss' office saying they wanted me to meet with these two PI's working for O' Reilly to go over some information because a detective was having an affair with O' Reilly's wife.'"According to our source, Delargy offered Harasym no justification for investigating the detective—who is unmarried—aside from the alleged infidelity.
As revealed to readers on September 18, Javi Marroquin and Briana De Jesus posed for a number of photos during their night out, and in one, Marroquin was seen with his arm wrapped around De Jesus as she leaned back onto his shoulder.They had information about an NCPD officer they believed to be carrying on with O' Reilly's wife.Delargy told Harasym to launch an investigation into the man and to tell him to end the relationship.So Harasym, the source says, refused the assignment.Several months later, he was transferred out of internal affairs.
Delargy also told him to tell the detective to back off."Delargy told Harasym that the investigation was highly sensitive for two reasons, the source said: 1) It was ordered directly by then-police commissioner Lawrence Mulvey, and 2) O' Reilly was at the time considering making a major donation to the Nassau County Police Department Foundation, a private not-for-profit foundation Mulvey helped found in 2009 to raise money for construction of a planned $48 million police training facility at Nassau Community College."These internal affairs cops were on the case at the behest of Mulvey in order to get O' Reilly's funds," the source said.