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Country's most-wanted deadbeat parent sentenced to prison, owes $1.2 million in child support
NEW YORK (AP) — A Long Island man once dubbed by
s as the country's most wanted deadbeat parent for owing more than $1.2 million in child support has been sentenced to two and a half years in ...
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Feds: Mob recruited immigrants for strip clubs
... was shut down Wednesday after 20 people were charged, including seven purported members of organized crime families, authorities said.
s said members of the Gambino and Bonnano organized crime ...
Thursday, 01 December 2011
2 NY students surrender in exam cheating scandal
... teenager turned themselves into Nassau County
s before being taken to district court for arraignment. Pomerantz is one of five current or former students at Great Neck-area public and private ...
Tuesday, 29 November 2011
Money broker seeks mercy in Times Square bomb case
... jail time for his family's sake. Mohammad Younis of Centereach, on New York's Long Island, pleaded guilty in August to an illegal banking charge.
s say Younis provided $7,000 in $100 bills to ...
Saturday, 26 November 2011
Trafficking victims get care from NY prosecutors
... Attorney Charles Hynes called a disturbing, often overlooked crime of sex trafficking in the U.S.
s this week announced arrests in two separate cases of trafficking. One involved a 13-year-old ...
Thursday, 24 November 2011
Power play over powers
... fiat. Members of the Senate and Assembly have previously been policed by the Legislative Ethics Commission, a panel controlled by legislative leaders. Federal
s and local district attorneys have ...
Tuesday, 22 November 2011
Hundreds at rally target Cuomo, Business Council
... by State Police. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has said the state will enforce an 11 p.m. curfew in Lafayette Park. On Wednesday, he refused to comment on calls to name a special
to handle the Occupy Albany ...
Friday, 18 November 2011
3 men from Canada charged with NYC ATM scam
... traveled New York to outfit several Manhattan ATMs with a device that reads ATM card numbers.
s say they also hid video cameras to record people typing in their passwords.
s say the ...
Thursday, 17 November 2011
Investigator to probe cheating on NY exams
ALBANY -- New York Education Commissioner John King has appointed a special investigator to review how the state deals with reports of cheating on student exams. Henry "Hank" Greenberg, an ex-federal
Tuesday, 15 November 2011
Could a legal ploy scuttle protest?
... David Soares is dismissing the charges. So what's next? Legally, the governor could appoint Attorney General Eric Schneiderman as a special
to supersede Soares. The state's highest court ruled ...
Tuesday, 15 November 2011
Assemblyman awaits verdict
NEW YORK -- A state assemblyman obfuscated and lied when confronted by the FBI and others about taking a no-show job that was meant to buy favors in Albany, a federal
told a jury before it began ...
Wednesday, 09 November 2011
City seeks safer Occupy Albany
... inspection. Albany Police and
s have not enforced a curfew in the park, though Gov. Andrew Cuomo insists protesters will be arrested if they expand west into adjacent LaFayette Park. In return, ...
Friday, 04 November 2011
NYC man admits to kidney trafficking
... surgeons and transplant experts. The lawyers did not name the hospitals involved, nor are they named in court documents.
s argued that Rosenbaum was fully aware he was running an illicit and ...
Friday, 28 October 2011
Fake maple syrup sours sweet image
... would also increase the maximum sentences
s could seek against syrup counterfeiters: If the bill becomes law, bottling fake syrup could carry a five-year prison sentence. After Vermont, New York ...
Friday, 21 October 2011
Changes help push prison rolls down
... cede some
ial power to judges. "It wasn't in anyone's interest to wholesale incarcerate anyone who committed a drug crime," said the group's president, Janet DiFiore, a former judge and current ...
Monday, 17 October 2011
Dozens charged in data-theft ring
... suspects also charged pricey hotel rooms and rented private jets and fancy cars,
s said. Detectives with language skills spent hours translating Russian, Farsi and Arabic during the investigation, ...
Monday, 10 October 2011
Lawyer: NY woman had no choice but to kill husband
... secretary was portrayed by
s as a manipulator and a liar, so angry over her husband Raymond's infidelity and their crumbling marriage that she decided to shoot him to death. Defense attorneys ...
Tuesday, 04 October 2011
DOH investigators say layoffs payback for inspector general probe
... closely with the Office of the Special Narcotics
in New York City. That office said BNE investigators were integral to a case that broke open this year when 31 members of a drug trafficking ...
Sunday, 02 October 2011
Mover admits theft of painting from Sontag heir
... an agreement signed by Hofmann's attorney and the
on the case last week, the U.S. attorney's office promised to recommend a prison term for Hofmann, who has no criminal record, of between 10 ...
Sunday, 02 October 2011
Students arrested in SAT cheating case in NY
GARDEN CITY -- A
in New York is investigating whether students in other districts on Long Island took part in a cheating scam on college entrance exams that resulted in the arrest of seven current ...
Thursday, 29 September 2011
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