D.A. Bragg Announces Guilty Pleas in Pandemic Loan Program Fraud Scheme
“While New York businesses were in dire need of financial support during the pandemic, William and Thomas Felcon defrauded the system and obtained loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration by lying on their applications,” said District Attorney Bragg. “We will not allow public programs to be raided and used as a personal piggybank for greedy individuals and companies.”
D.A. Bragg Announces Prison Sentence For Man Who Raped Two Teenage Girls
“Gregory Smith lured two teenagers into his company, raped them, and then attempted to bribe them for their silence,” said District Attorney Bragg. “I thank these young survivors for bravely reporting this despicable behavior, which aided our prosecutors in their fight for accountability.”
D.A. Bragg Announces Indictments of NYPD Detectives for Stealing Champagne Bottles While Working at Electric Zoo Music Festival
“In addition to the alleged theft that occurred, none of these Officers stepped up and stopped this activity. Public confidence in the criminal justice system depends on members of law enforcement acting with the utmost integrity while on duty and following the same rules that apply to everyone else,” said District Attorney Bragg.
D.A. Bragg Announces Sentencing of Billy Hernandez for Slashing Ex-Girlfriend in Fulton Street Subway Station
“Billy Hernandez committed a series of violent crimes, including a slashing that left his ex-girlfriend with extensive scarring and horrified rush hour commuters in one of our city’s busiest transit hubs,” said District Attorney Bragg. “Today, he was held accountable for this disturbing act of targeted violence, and our thoughts are with the victim as she recovers.”
D.A. Bragg Returns Two 7th Century Antiquities to China
“It is a shame that these two incredible antiquities were stolen and at least one remained largely hidden from the public view for nearly three decades. While their total value is more than $3 million, the incredible detail and beauty of these pieces can never be truly captured by a price tag,” said District Attorney Bragg.
D.A. Bragg, State of Saxony Announce International Law Enforcement Partnership
District Attorney Bragg said: “Global cooperation is key to our shared fight against far-right extremism and terrorism. Modern crimes do not stop at national borders, so neither do our law enforcement collaborations. I’d like to thank the Attorney General’s Office for its strong partnership and look forward to welcoming its prosecutors to Manhattan.”
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