"My Office and our partners will continue pursuing criminal cases against companies that endanger and defraud their workers, but meaningful, practical deterrence—in the form of higher corporate penalties for killing and maiming workers—is the only way that New York State can end these dangerous and unlawful practices that put vulnerable New Yorkers’ lives at risk.”
The concierge of an Upper West Side high-rise photographed tenants' rent checks and used the information to forge checks.
A violent, sex-obsessed former technology executive who sexually assaulted, choked and beat up a sugar-daddy website date sobbed in court Wednesday before he was sent to prison for seven years.
“This powerful executive sought to silence this survivor and invalidate her testimony, exploiting the power imbalance between them and falsely insisting that his torturous acts were consensual.”
“As Commissioner O’Neill and I warned last year, ‘card cracking’ scammers with large followings on Snapchat and other platforms are luring people into their schemes by showing off designer merchandise, luxury cars, and stacks of cash."
The indictment is one of several recent cases of corruption the District Attorney’s Office and NYPD’s Internal Affairs Bureau have cooperated on.