Cyrus Vance Jr.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. announced Wednesday that Ricardo Gonzalez, Elizabeth Adrian Perez and Juan Valoy have been indicted on grand larceny and other charges.
Three former executives conspired to hide a law firm’s snowballing financial problems from auditors and even their own partners as it headed toward collapse in the nation’s biggest law firm bankruptcy, prosecutors said Thursday.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. said the group somehow installed devices that captured card and PIN numbers inside pumps at gas stations in Georgia, South Carolina and Texas.
Nunez sat in the backseat of a BMW on June 7, 2012, and shot three men at close range with a .38-caliber Smith & Wesson revolver, prosecutors argued.
Authorities in Manhattan announced Friday the indictment of 41 alleged members of two narcotics trafficking rings, but there’s a twist.
Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr. and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly say the crimes date back to at least 2009. They include three murders and more than 30 shootings as well as assaults and gun trafficking.
DA Cyrus Vance, Jr. said Ivan Ramos, who pleaded guilty to first-degree rape, two counts of criminal sexual assault and assault, “will be off the streets of New York for a very long time.”
Of all the forgeries of college and law school degrees and forged letters of reference from employers, it was a forged birth certificate that finally tripped her up.
Pedro Hernandez, 51, did not speak during his brief court proceeding. His lawyer said he was fit to stand trial and a judge ordered him held without bail.
More than 110 guns are off the streets of New York City in what authorities are calling the largest seizure of illegal firearms in Manhattan in recent history.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said an open air drug market has been effectively closed down.
Wearing an orange jumpsuit and seated with his hands behind his back, Pedro Hernandez was arraigned from his bedside at Bellevue Hospital via teleconference. He did not enter a plea.
A New York City building superintendent who exploited residents’ trust to steal thousands of dollars’ worth of art and jewelry will spend three to nine years in prison.
On Tuesday, the jury found the 28-year-old Michael Pena guilty of three counts of predatory sex assault, for possessing a weapon, and three counts of criminal sex acts involving “touching,” but was deadlocked on two counts of rape in the first degree.
Kelly, the co-host of “Good Day New York” on Fox 5, made headlines last month after a woman accused him of rape.