Federal prosecutors want a Brooklyn businessman to serve four to six years behind bars for bribing a cop in exchange for expedited gun permits, according to court documents.
Alex (Shaya) Lichtenstein pleaded guilty to bribery and conspiracy charges as part of the widening NYPD corruption investigation.
The 45-year-old offered an officer $6,000 per gun license to speed up the permitting process and told the cop that he had landed gun licenses for 150 people in the past.
Prosecutors made their request Thursday.
Lichtenstein is scheduled to be sentenced March 16.