The NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau has opened an investigation into the off-duty employment of a detective who was caught making up fake witness names and addresses to close case files, officials said Wednesday. Internal Affairs is looking into whether Detective Thomas Rice was allegedly being paid by the NYPD at times he was working with his pressure washing and snow plowing companies in Nassau County. Marlboro Red 100S hot sale online Rice, 44, runs Island Wide Pressure Washing and Tom Rice, Inc., out of his home in Wantagh. The company has done work for various Long Island municipalities and corporations. INTERACTIVE: 'Detective Do-Little' used fake names and addresses in crime reports to avoid doing any work James O’Neill investigates NYPD detective who falsified reports “Any allegations that we become aware of regarding Detective Rice either on- or off-duty, we’re going to have them investigated,” said Deputy Chief Timothy Trainor, a police spokesman. Marlboro Red 100S fast shipping in USA In 2013, as a detective in the 106th Precinct in Ozone Park, Rice was caught fabricating names and addresses on crime reports to close 22 serious felony investigations over 12 months in 2011 and 2012. But NYPD brass let him keep his $113,000-a-year job, his detective rank and the required department approval to continue his off-duty employment. He only lost 20 vacation days as a penalty. He remains on the job in Brooklyn’s 67th Precinct, where he has been the domestic violence officer and the administrative assistant to a sergeant in charge of the Neighborhood Coordination unit. Marlboro Red 100SInspector Joseph Gulotta, who was his commander until recently, declined to comment Wednesday on why he placed Rice in those positions in spite of his disciplinary history. In the meantime, Police Commissioner James O’Neill has ordered a review of Rice’s cases and asked his subordinates to examine if there’s any similar misconduct going on elsewhere in the department. He also asked NYPD lawyers to review the handling of the case in the disciplinary process. The Queens District Attorney’s office is also conducting a review. NYPD bigs distance themselves from 'Detective Do-Little' scandal City Council members have called for an outside investigation of the broader implications of the case, and said they will hold a public hearing. Officials with the Detectives Endowment Association, which represents Rice, did not reply to emails. In the past, they have said the case is old and was already dealt with. On Tuesday, Rice pulled down the Facebook page and website for his company. But two promotional videos remained on YouTube showing him plowing snow in a mall parking lot, and pressure-washing Adventureland, a Long Island amusement park. “We are a full-service exterior pressure washing company that is licensed and insured in Nassau, Suffolk and the city,” Rice says in one video. “We are very proud of our town and it now shines like it should thanks to the power washing and gum removal done by Tom Rice and the guys,” wrote Debby Izzo, president of the Bellmore Chamber of Commerce in a letter that appears on Island Wide’s Yelp page. “No one could go wrong hiring Island Wide Pressure Washing…it was definitely worth every penny!” Izzo wrote.