NEW YORK (AP) -- Any way you slice it, there's only one NYPD -- and it's not on a menu.
That's what Deputy Commissioner Paul Browne says about the New York Police Department's recent settlement of a trademark dispute with a Florida-based pizzeria chain.
N.Y.P.D. Pizza -- for New York Pizzeria Delicatessen -- must redesign its logo so it doesn't resemble a uniform patch. And it can't open any restaurants in the New York area.
Owner Paul Russo says the legal struggle was tiring. But the Queens native says he's pleased a settlement was reached.
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