Fifty-year-old John Spano faces up to 16 years in prison after pleading guilty late Monday to 16 counts of forgery.
An Orange County man was indicted this week, accused of posing as a renowned fashion designer to con a victim out of $350,000 in investments.
An NYPD detective was arrested and charged with forgery Wednesday, reportedly for allegedly submitting false paperwork to take a reward for a recovered gun.
A crew of New York City strippers scammed wealthy men by drugging them and running up extravagant bills at topless clubs while they were in a daze, authorities said.
Eleven defendants were indicted by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and arraigned in State Supreme Court later Wednesday on identity theft, fraud, grand larceny and forgery charges.
Drivers come up with creative ways to avoid paying for parking, but a Brooklyn assistant district attorney may have taken things too far.
A woman was ordered held on $150,000 bond Sunday after being caught driving drunk with her granddaughter in the car, and lying about her identity, according to a published report.
A woman was arrested in Suffolk County early Saturday, after being caught driving while intoxicated with her 7-year-old granddaughter in the car.
Pamela Efraimov, 39, walked out of court in Hempstead Tuesday without having to post bail. She is accused of stealing more than $200,000 and faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted.
A New Jersey mother was charged this week with lying to multiple people and saying her son had cancer – including the 9-year-old boy himself.
An NYPD detective was arrested Wednesday and charged with grand larceny and forgery.
A New Jersey attorney pleaded guilty this week to directing clients’ funds to her own personal use and obtaining a home through fraudulent means.
Cops: Man Arrested for Burglarizing Doctor’s Office After Trying To Fill Prescription At L.I. Pharmacies
A St. James man has been arrested for burglarizing a doctor’s office after he was caught trying to fill forged prescriptions at two local pharmacies on Friday, police said.
A closer look at the document revealed numerous errors. “Trail” was written instead of “trial,” “sited” for “cited,” and “manger” for “manager,” officials said.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says the counterfeit prescriptions were filled in 20 counties throughout the state.