Chiarappa is charged with four counts of Grand Larceny
in the Second Degree, a class C felony, which is punishable by up to 15 years in prison; and two counts of Grand Larceny
in the Third Degree, a class D felony, which is punishable by up to 7 years in prison.
Pamela Ballard, 44, of Pine Bush was arrested on November 17 for stealing over $65,000 from United Healthcare in Kingston, and charged with grand larceny
in the second degree.
The four -- retired officer Joseph Esposito, 64; John Minerva, 61, a disability consultant with the detectives' union; lawyer Raymond LaVallee, 83; and a benefits consultant Thomas Hale, 89 -- sat stolidly as they pleaded not guilty Tuesday to high-level grand larceny
Berkman arraigned, Suresh Hemrajani, 57 on felony grand larceny
and falsifying business records.
The manager of five Manhattan apartment buildings has been charged with grand larceny
for posing as a landlord and pocketing $879,000 in rents, according to the New York Daily News.
was convicted of grand larceny
and sentenced to four concurrent weekends in jail, five years of supervised release and ordered to pay $4,550 in restitution.
John Hoeffner, 47, of Beechurst, New York, pleaded guilty to Grand Larceny
in the First Degree and Grand Larceny
in the Second Degree.
He was due to be charged last night with one count of grand larceny
The New York Post said former dentist Michael Mastromarino and embalmer Joseph Nicelli have been indicted by a grand jury on more than 100 counts including forgery, fraud and grand larceny
30, surrendered last week after he was indicted on grand larceny
, fraud and other charges related to alleged thefts from Smith Barney, Wachovia, Canadian mutual fund AIC Ltd.
Levin announced that Raymond Weinmeier, 22, of Brooklyn was arrested on October 26, 1999 and charged with insurance fraud in the third degree and grand larceny
in the third degree.
In Criminal Court on April 16, Joel Israel, 34, and Aaron Israel, 37, pleaded not guilty to seven charges, including fraud, burglary, grand larceny
, submitting false documents and unlawful eviction.
Small reductions in bills announced over recent weeks are merely the return of a few coppers after the grand larceny
of the recent past.
The document details dozens of grievances ranging from grand larceny
to religious discrimination, mismanagement and misappropriation of public funds and resources, to harassment of Village Officials.
Fridman pled guilty to the felony crimes of grand larceny
in the second degree and violation of prevailing wage requirements of New York State Labor Law.