A Long Island gym owner has been arrested on identity theft charges, police said.
DA Thomas Spota said the trio also did not pay the proper contract wages to 13 employees, shorting them over $100,000.
The NYPD has asked the public for help in identifying and tracking down a suspect in a grand larceny that took place in Brooklyn.
The withdrawals were made back on June 11 and June 24, police said. The NYPD released three surveillance images of the suspect on Tuesday.
A Long Island home health care aide was charged Wednesday with stealing more than $1,300 from the people for whom she was working.
A parking enforcement officer in Mount Kisco has admitted to clearing the quarters out of the parking meters and taking some of them for himself – in a scheme that went on for over five years.
Police were searching Friday evening for a suspect who allegedly took $4,400 from a prospective tenant at a Lower East Side apartment he did not really own or represent.
The NYPD has asked the public for help in locating a suspect wanted in connection with a series of grand larcenies that have taken place around the city.
The NYPD has asked the public for help in identifying and locating an individual wanted in connection with a grand larceny that took place in Queens.
A New York City businessman has pleaded guilty to stealing from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority by providing poor-quality oil for city buses and passing it off as the good stuff.
A Long Island woman was out of custody on bail Monday evening, after being charged with stealing $59,000 worth of Lego sets to sell on eBay.
The owner of a shuttered reBar catering hall, which abruptly closed and left dozens of couples without a wedding venue, was sentenced to up to 10 years in prison for tax fraud Monday.
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.
Police on Monday were asking the public to help them find a suspect who used duplicate debit cards at ATMs to steal hundreds of dollars from other people’s bank accounts in Lower Manhattan and on Staten Island.
Two men were charged Thursday with using a skimming device to capture credit numbers and create fraudulent cards – resulting in losses of $9,000 to multiple banks.