“Unemployment programs are for New Yorkers who need urgent financial support, and this was especially true when pandemic unemployment assistance was available. As alleged, not only did these individuals steal the identities of 27 unwitting victims, but they also then took advantage of the system meant to help New Yorkers in need,” said District Attorney Bragg.
A Manhattan college student who murdered his mother and dumped her body in the trash to get his hands on her money, will spend 22 years in prison for the crime.
“This sentencing finally closes a challenging chapter for this family and their loved ones,” said District Attorney Bragg. “I thank our prosecutors for their diligent work and commitment to ensuring accountability.”
The suspect accused of sexually attacking three female joggers in a Manhattan park in separate incidents, including one whom he grabbed by the hair as she ran by, was indicted on a slew of charges, the district attorney’s office announced.
“New Yorkers deserve to use our city’s many trails and parks without fear,” said District Attorney Bragg. “As alleged, Kenneth Miller preyed on women using the same pattern: attacking them in broad daylight as they were out for a run.”