New York police sergeant rapes his girlfriend's 13-year-old daughter after father daughter school breakfast

Vladimir Krull
By: Tanya Clark

(Scroll down for video) A police sergeant who was supposed to serve and protect the residents of New York, was kicked off the force for raping his girlfriend's daughter, according to police.

Bronx District Attorney Darcel D. Clark announced that the New York City Police Department sergeant has been convicted by a jury of raping and sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl, who was his then-girlfriend’s daughter.

District Attorney Clark said: “The defendant horrifically abused the trust of this family and engaged in sexual acts with a child. He now faces prison time for his depravity and I hope
his conviction reinforces the message that we do not stop until we get justice for the most vulnerable of victims.”

Vladimir Krull, 39, a NYPD Sergeant in the Midtown North Precinct in Manhattan, was convicted after a four-week trial before Acting Bronx Supreme Court Justice Lester B. Adler.

After five days of deliberations, a jury found Krull guilty of two counts of second-degree rape, two counts of second-degree criminal sexual act, three counts of second-degree sexual abuse and one count of endangering the welfare of a child involving three incidents.

He faces up to 7 years in prison for each incident when he is sentenced. According to the criminal complaint, Krull had a relationship with the victim’s mother for two years.

His abuse of the teen started when he kissed her on the mouth.

The abuse escalated and the defendant was found guilty of having sexual intercourse with her on two separate occasions, once at her residence and another time in his vehicle.

The jury also found him guilty of a third incident when he directed the teen to perform sex on him in his vehicle after a Father/Daughter breakfast for her eighth grade class.