D.A. Bragg Returns 12 Antiquities to the Republic of Türkiye
“Many of these pieces, which come from archaeological sites that have been the persistent target of looting, have been circulating across the globe for decades. Now, they are finally being returned to Türkiye, where they rightfully belong,” said District Attorney Bragg.
D.A. Bragg: Rape Indictment for Man Accused of UWS Apartment Building Attack
“The horrific conduct charged in the indictment is beyond disturbing,” said District Attorney Alvin Bragg. “New Yorkers should not have to fear for their safety when they walk into their apartment buildings. Our Special Victims Division is here to offer support to survivors and our highly trained prosecutors treat these types of cases with the utmost care. If you have experienced sexual violence, please call us at 212-335-9373 and we will investigate with the respect that all survivors deserve.”
D.A. Bragg Returns 29 Antiquities to Greece
“I am proud that under my administration this office has now repatriated 950 antiquities to 17 countries,” said District Attorney Bragg. “I thank our outstanding team of analysts, investigators and attorneys, along with our law enforcement partners, for their excellent work finding and returning these historical marvels.”
D.A. Bragg Announces Indictment in Scheme to Steal Checks from the Mail
“White collar investigations can and do help us identify those who commit violent crimes,” said District Attorney Bragg. “As alleged, these two individuals perpetrated a scheme that victimized people who rely on the mail to deliver what’s rightfully theirs. Manhattanites should not have to worry that government employees will use their position to take advantage of them. By carefully investigating this scheme, we developed evidence that led to an arrest in a near-fatal shooting. I thank our partners at the USPS Inspector General’s Office for their work to protect the integrity of our mail system.”
D.A. Bragg Announces Indictment of Man in 99 MPH Collision
“As alleged, Salman recklessly careened through midtown streets without regard for the safety of others, and severely injured another driver,” said District Attorney Bragg. “Our cab drivers perform a vital service and deserve the utmost protection, and our thoughts are with the victim as he recovers from these injuries.”
D.A. Bragg Announces Hate Crime Charges Against James Ryan for Antisemitic and Racist Graffiti
“Hate has no place in New York City and these offensive and damaging actions will not be tolerated. As alleged, James Ryan put emblems of hate on a city building and one of Manhattan’s most iconic symbols, the Wall Street Charging Bull,” said D.A. Bragg.