A Parks Department worker lost $1,578 worth of annual leave time after he borrowed a Playstation 4 console from a recreation center while on leave, documents show. The penalty imposed was more than five times what it would have cost worker Isaac Deberry to purchase a PS4 console – which retails online for about $300 – rather than borrow it from the Red Hook recreation center run by the agency. Deberry admitted to the Conflicts of Interest Board that he returned the console immediately, but only after a supervisor requested it. Deberry was among a handful of city workers socked with penalties for misuse of government resources – including one rookie Environmental Protection worker who was forced to resign after he spent more than $3,100 for gas in her personal vehicle. Abraham Mingo-Bellony was not even a month into his job as an engineering technician when he started using his agency-issued gas card for his own personal use between May 2015 and May 2016, documents show. “I agree to resign my DEP employment effective July 26, 2016,” he wrote in a disposition made public on Wednesday. In addition to resigning, he was hit with a 30-day suspension valued at nearly $3,000, and was forced to repay the full cost of the gas. Messages left for Deberry and Mingo-Bellony weren’t immediately returned. In other dispositions, NYPD lieutenant Kevin Murtha was fined $800 for using his police cruiser on personal errands. Over a number of months in 2014, Murtha acknowledged he also gave rides to an unauthorized passenger in his NYPD cruiser. Attempts to reach Murtha were unsuccessful. A city teacher who had students help package a cake she sold to a colleague and a school construction inspector who took home a contractor’s material for his own use were also hit with fines, documents show.