D.A. Bragg Announces Indictment of NYPD Officer For Punching Victim Six Times And Knocking Him Unconscious
“As we allege, the defendant’s assault caused the victim to suffer substantial pain. Police officers are often put in challenging situations, but they must use their training appropriately and treat the residents of New York City with respect,” said District Attorney Bragg.
D.A. Bragg Indicts Six For Violent Conspiracy in Retaliation Plot
“As alleged, these defendants deliberately targeted a rival in an organized quest for vengeance, and now two families are mourning the loss of their loved ones," said District Attorney Bragg. "This indictment once again shows how the easy availability of firearms continues to plague our communities. I thank our skilled prosecutors and our NYPD partners for their work to quickly identify the connection between these murders and put together this multi-faceted case."
D.A. Bragg Returns Two Ancient Stone Figures To Iraq
“Once again, we see historic and priceless antiquities hidden from the public and sitting in the possession of traffickers and looters. We will not allow New Yok City to be a safe harbor for stolen cultural artifacts,” said District Attorney Bragg.
D.A. Bragg Announces Indictment of Messiah Nantwi for Two Harlem Murders in 27 Hours
“As alleged, Messiah Nantwi murdered two people in a span of 27 hours, and the family and loved ones of these victims are now suffering deep pain and trauma. Gun violence tears at the fabric of our neighborhoods, and I join those mourning the loss of these two men,” said District Attorney Bragg.
D.A. Bragg Announces Trial Conviction of Keyshawn Kitchen for Harlem Stabbing
“Keyshawn Kitchens was intent on vengeance, and his vicious attack caused this victim serious injuries,” said District Attorney Bragg. “Everyone deserves to feel safe walking our city’s streets. This should not have escalated into serious violence, and today’s conviction delivers accountability for this violent assault.”
D.A. Bragg Announces Prison Sentence of Child Sex Trafficker
“Curtis Hamlet heinously exploited girls and young women in furtherance of his sex trafficking scheme. My thoughts are with these young survivors as they continue to heal,” said District Attorney Bragg. “I thank the dedicated prosecutors and investigators of my Office’s Human Trafficking Unit and our law enforcement partners in New York and Miami, for putting an end to this horrific multi-city operation and fighting for accountability.”
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