On May 23, Diaz busted who he thought was a drug dealer — but was really an undercover cop investigating him — and stole $1,000 from $18,000 in cash he should have vouchered.
The Manhattan district attorney’s office charged Angel Barbosa, the MTA’s former chief procurement officer, with grand larceny.
He got hung up on stolen cell phones. A former MTA exec was busted Thursday for stealing $60,000 in iPhones from the agency.
Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance, Jr. holds a press conference Tuesday to demand the reactivation of speed cameras in school zones before the start of the school year.
The district attorneys said the cameras must be back up by at least Sept. 5, the first day of public school in the city.
As part of his research, Vance said his office spent six months talking to officials in states that have legalized marijuana. One day, he said, New York can successfully follow their lead.