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The crimes were not momentary lapses in judgement, prosecutors argued. They were choices made every business day for 30 years.
Reich's "unexplained failure to report his conviction," the court ruled, "may be relevant to any future application for reinstatement."
Last year, LC White Plains defaulted on the garage bonds. It owed $1.67 million but paid only $791,639.
Among the missing features, the complaint states, are crown moldings, screens and blinds, exterior siding, smoke detectors, faucets, toilet seats, locks and doors.
The developer discovered that it had been paying for a $25 million policy, the complaint states, five times more than they were told to get.
Tri Health claims that the defendants stopped paying commissions and diverted funds to themselves and entities they controlled because they knew about an impending arbitration award.
Former U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman described the decades-long Ponzi scheme as "marked by extreme cunning, ruthlessness, and utter disregard for the well-being of his victims."
Oxer diverted the money from City Carting, the feds claim, by using a company American Express credit card to pay for strip clubs, escorts, international vacations, clothing, and expenses for an unnamed personal business.
The slogan on Casabella's trucks asks, "Girls can't do what?"
The gun store is seeking financing, founder Benjamin Rosenshine states in an April 27 affidavit, to "obtain some breathing room while it formulates and puts in place its plan of reorganization."
TD Bank was owed more than $200,000 but agreed to accept $95,000 to settle the debt. But Brown did not have enough money to pay even the reduced debt, according to the complaint, so he cut a deal with Corts.
Samuel Rubin was a patient at Westchester Medical Center preparing for a possible heart-kidney transplant, Margarita Rubin said in a telephone interview, and he could not have seen the papers.
Instead of investing funds, the indictment states, Belardino used the money for payroll and office rent, prior debt, personal travel and credit card charges for mostly personal items.
YSG Solar Development Co. wants to install more than 28,000 solar panels at the former Philips Research Facility in Briarcliff Manor to generate enough energy to power more than 2,500 homes.
Ralph Balsamo, 51, of Tuckahoe; Michael Poli, 37, of Hawthorne; and Michael Messina, 69, of New Fairfield, Connecticut were accused of racketeering conspiracy in a superseding indictment unsealed April 27, including loan sharking, extortion and operating an illegal gambling businesses.