Gov. Corbett's embattled son-in-law, Philadelphia Police Officer Gerold Gibson, was suspended Friday for 30 days without pay with the intent to dismiss, the Police Department said.
Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey made the decision after reviewing an internal investigation into Gibson's alleged misconduct.
Several of Gibson's fellow officers voiced suspicions last fall that Gibson, 43, a narcotics officer, was stealing clothing, sneakers, and jewelry from the homes of suspected drug dealers during raids and warrant executions, Ramsey and police sources have said.
A three-month investigation concluded several weeks ago when Gibson allegedly pocketed $140 from a car wired with surveillance cameras during an FBI and Internal Affairs sting.