“Subway vigilante” busted for trying to sell drugs to cop

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Bernie Goetz (left, background) is led into a police van after his arrest Friday, and in 2001 at the Westside Pistol Range (right).

THE infamous “subway vigilante” has been busted for trying to sell pot to a female undercover police officer.

Bernhard Goetz — who shot four black youths he said were threatening him on the subway in 1984 — was arrested on Friday evening for peddling $30 worth of pot near his New York home.

“He told her he wanted to get high with her and sold her a small amount of pot in a ­tissue,” a source said.

Goetz, 65, apparently met the undercover cop on the street, chatted her up and walked with her back to his apartment, where he went upstairs to get the weed.

When he came downstairs to allegedly give her the pot, he was arrested, the source said.

Goetz was expected to be charged with criminal sale of marijuana, a misdemeanor and several other charges, a police source said.

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