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January 2014 Archives

New York police charge 40 connection with alleged drug rings

On Jan. 28, two top law enforcement officials made an announcement that two major drug rings had been taken down, and 40 individuals had been indicted. Police conducted two separate investigations, one called Operation TGIF and the other Operation Lockport. Police seized equipment allegedly used in the transport of cocaine, a cache of prescription painkillers, three rifles, $60,000 in cash and $100,000 worth of cocaine in Operation Lockport. All together, 25 people were indicted in connection with the operation.

Reputed drug kingpin arrested with 10 others in New York

According to police, a drug ringleader and 10 members of the organization are now in custody. The alleged kingpin previously served 20 years in prison after he was convicted of drug charges in 1986. Police went to the Yonkers home of the 59-year-old suspected drug lord on Jan. 16 and took him into custody. He faces multiple charges that include conspiracy and several drug-related charges.

Assistant principal charged with larceny in New York

The assistant principal of Woodlands High School in Hartsdale was recently charged with second-degree larceny. According to prosecutors, he allegedly stole more than $770,000 from the Greenburgh Teacher's Welfare Fund and the Greenburgh Teacher's Federation, which receives taxpayer money to pay for legal, health and other services for school district teachers and administrators. In their complaint, the district attorney's office accused the assistant principal of stealing the funds over a seven-year period from 2006 to 2013, during which he served as union treasurer. The alleged theft was discovered after his promotion to assistant principal and resignation from his role as treasurer.

New York man arrested for DWI may face additional charges

A 31-year-old New York man was charged with driving while intoxicated after he allegedly struck and killed a pedestrian in the early morning hours of Jan. 5. According to Southampton Town police, he had never been taken into custody for drunk driving in the past. He may face additional charges in relation to the pedestrian death.

Former Tiffany exec gets year-long sentence for stealing jewelry

A former high-level employee of Tiffany & Co., one of New York's most prominent jewelers, confessed to swiping and selling more than 160 items, which amounted to roughly $2.1 million. Following a July 2013 guilty plea, the Connecticut woman faced criminal charges for transporting stolen merchandise. On Dec. 23, a federal judge reportedly ordered the woman to serve one year and one day in prison and submit to supervision for an additional year upon release.

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