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February 20, 2024

D.A. Bragg Announces Indictment Of Afterschool Program Employee For Sexually Abusing An 8-Year-Old Student Click For More

“As alleged, Miles McNeal abused his power as an afterschool program teacher to sexually abuse an 8-year-old student. These alleged acts are despicable, and no student or parent should ever have to fear that they may face this abusive behavior at a school,” said District Attorney Bragg. “We believe that there may be additional survivors, and this remains an ongoing investigation. Please reach out to our Office if you believe your child may have been abused by Miles McNeal – our team has extensive experience and trauma-informed training to handle these investigations with the care and sensitivity they deserve.” 

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February 17, 2024 | Audacy

DA returns paintings to Peru that were trafficked into Manhattan in 2012 Click For More

The district attorney’s office announced on Friday the return of two paintings to the people of Peru that were stolen from a Peruvian church in 2012 and trafficked into Manhattan.

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February 16, 2024

D.A. Bragg Announces Return Of Two Paintings To Peru Click For More

“It does not matter whether an antiquity or painting was stolen ten years ago or ten thousand years ago – a stolen object is a stolen object,” said District Attorney Bragg. “This investigation makes clear that looting and trafficking is far from a thing of the past, and we will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to aggressively root out and dismantle these schemes.” 

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February 16, 2024 | Daily Mail

New York returns two 18th Century paintings to Peru TWELVE YEARS after they were stolen from church and trafficked into Manhattan Click For More

Two 18th Century paintings stolen from a Peruvian church have been returned twelve years after they were first snatched.

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February 15, 2024 | New York Daily News

NYC man charged with falsely claiming ownership of New Yorker Hotel, using loophole to live rent-free for 5 years Click For More

A 48-year-old alleged fraudster has been charged with repeatedly filing false property records claiming ownership of the New Yorker Hotel, in which he lived rent-free for five years using a housing law loophole.

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February 15, 2024 | The Real Deal

Man indicted over New Yorker Hotel takeover claim Click For More

A man claiming to be the owner of the New Yorker Hotel is instead the owner of an indictment, courtesy of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

Manhattan District Attorney's Office
Manhattan District Attorney's Office12 hours ago
Today we announced the indictment of Miles McNeal for allegedly sexually abusing an 8-year-old student multiple times in a Harlem afterschool program. Our Office is continuing to investigate with NYPD as there may be additional survivors. If you believe your child may have had contact with Miles McNeal, call our Office’s Child Abuse Unit at 212-335-4300. Learn more here:
Manhattan District Attorney's Office
Manhattan District Attorney's Office3 days ago
Yesterday, D.A. Bragg joined Senator Cordell Cleare for an important discussion on the emerging problem of 3D printed guns and our legislation to close loopholes in stet law to make it illegal to manufacture 3D gun parts.
Manhattan District Attorney's Office
Manhattan District Attorney's Office3 days ago
D.A. Bragg was honored to receive the Arc of Justice Award last night alongside so many distinguished public servants, advocates, and leaders for social justice!