Four Child Care Operators Charged With Submitting False Documents To The City Undermining Integrity And Safety At The Sites And In One Case Stealing City Funds

MARK G. PETERS (middle), Commissioner of the New York City Department of Investigation (DOl),
KENNETH P. THOMPSON (right), Kings County District Attorney, and DANIEL M. DONOVAN, JR.(left), Richmond County District Attorney, jointly announced today that separate investigations have resulted in the arrest of four child care operators on charges of submitting an array of false documents to the City that misrepresented significant facts used to determine the integrity and safety of sites.


Ex-Bank Teller Charged with Stealing $80,000 from Accounts To Pay Her Family’s Loans, Credit Card Bills

Case Is Being Prosecuted By DA Thompson’s New Cybercrimes Unit; Charges Include Grand Larceny, Identity Theft

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a former Brooklyn bank teller has been charged with using her position to funnel more than $80,000 out of numerous customer accounts to pay her family’s bills.


DA Thompson and his staff proudly marched in the 2014 West Indian Day Parade on Labor Day


Fare Beater Who Shot Police Officer Sentenced to 25 Years
in Prison

Defendant Pleaded Guilty to Aggravated Assault for Wounding Rookie Cop in Leg

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a 29-year-old Brooklyn man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for shooting a New York City Police Department officer in the leg after the cop and his partner, who were both in uniform, stopped the man for boarding a bus without paying his fare.


D.A. Thompson Announces Appointment of Civil Rights Bureau Chief and Creation of New Hate Crimes Unit

Pledges To Protect The Great And Diverse Population Of Brooklyn

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced his appointment of Assistant District Attorney Marc J. Fliedner as the Chief of his revamped Civil Rights Bureau. ADA Fliedner will also oversee the newly created Hate Crimes Unit within the Bureau.


Canarsie Man Sentenced to 25 Years to Life In Prison for Stabbing Death of His Girlfriend

Defendant Attacked and Killed Woman In Front Of Their Teen Son

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a 54-year-old Brooklyn man has been sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for killing his long-term girlfriend – who was the mother of his then 13-year-old son – after breaking into her home, chasing her and their son into the basement with a knife, and then stabbing her to death in front of their son and the tenant of the basement apartment.


Brooklyn Contractor Indicted For Defrauding 70 Workers of Their Labor; Failed To Pay Them Over $100,000 For Demolition Work At Former Hospital

Construction Company Owner Charged With Scheming To Defraud, Violating Workers’ Compensation and Labor Laws

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a Brooklyn contractor who promised permanent jobs and health care to more than 70 workers who helped him perform construction work at a former hospital has been charged with defrauding them of more than $100,000 in wages.


Crown Heights Man Convicted Of Sexual Abuse Of 12-Year-Old Girl Following Jury Trial

Defendant Faces Up To 14 Years In Prison At Sentencing

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a 33-year-old Brooklyn man has been convicted of first-degree sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child for molesting a 12-year-old female relative.


Brooklyn High School Teacher Indicted For Allegedly Sending Indecent Material to Student

Defendant Faces Up To Seven Years in Prison If Convicted

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a 44-year-old teacher at Brooklyn Technical High School has been indicted on charges of first-degree disseminating indecent material to a minor, and other charges, for allegedly sending an explicit photograph to a 16-year-old female student.