“William Boos thought he could fly above the law, allegedly using his clients’ American Express cards without authorization to siphon off millions for himself. But now, thanks to the hard work of my office, he’s landed in hot water,” said District Attorney Bragg. “New Yorkers deserve to book air travel without worrying about falling victim to theft and criminal fraud.”
A Manhattan doctor and several other men stand accused of conspiring to distribute tens of thousands of opioids and other controlled substances.
“As alleged, these defendants used the ongoing opioid crisis to exploit the suffering and addiction of others. And to make matters worse, a trusted Manhattan doctor prescribed pills to the defendants, which were then sold illegally to New Yorkers,” said District Attorney Bragg. “We are grateful for the collaboration with our law enforcement partners and will continue to work across agencies to hold accountable all who make our streets less safe and endanger the lives of New Yorkers with illicit prescription drugs.”
A New York City man faces dozens of counts of felony weapons crimes related to so-called ghost guns after he sent a digital photo of his 7-year-old son holding two pistols to a group chat with family and friends, according to the Manhattan district attorney.
An Upper East Side father was charged with making 14 ghost guns in his apartment after photos he shared in a group chat showed his 7-year-old son holding two of the illegal firearms, prosecutors said Monday.