Brooklyn Man Indicted For Posing As Police Officer, Pulling Over Driver And Threatening To Shoot Him

Defendant Showed Phony Shield, Menaced Man with Air Pistol; Had Flashing Lights on Dashboard, Handcuffs,
Bulletproof Vest

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a 20-year-old Brooklyn man has been indicted on charges including impersonating a police officer and menacing for threatening to kill a driver he had pulled over in a phony “traffic stop” in Crown Heights.


Brooklyn High School Teacher Indicted For Kidnapping, Criminal Sex Act and Other Charges Involving Six Students

Defendant Allegedly ‘Groomed’ Teens Between 2011 and 2014

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a Brooklyn Technical High School math and science teacher who was indicted last month for allegedly sending an explicit photograph to a 16-year-old student has been charged in a new 36-count indictment with crimes including kidnapping and criminal sexual act after investigators found evidence on his computer that he allegedly victimized six other teenage girls.


School Teacher Arraigned on Charges of Sexual Abuse Of
Five Students

Defendant Accused of Groping and Fondling Children Between Ages 9 and 11

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a 36-year-old Brooklyn elementary school science teacher has been arraigned on charges relating to the sexual abuse of five of his young female students on school property.


Bronx Man Indicted For Slashing Bus Driver

Defendant Faces Up To 25 Years In Prison If Convicted

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a 29-year-old Bronx man has been indicted on assault and other charges for allegedly slashing the neck of a New York City Transit bus driver earlier this month.


Queens Man Indicted For Two Carjackings, Shooting and Assault

Defendant Allegedly Stole Vehicles, Shot At One Driver And Struck A Pedestrian

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a 29-year-old Queens man has been indicted on multiple counts of first-degree robbery, assault and other charges in connection with a crime spree he allegedly committed in Brooklyn last month.


Ohio Man Sentenced To 37 Years-To-Life In Prison For Rape Of Prospect Heights Woman

Defendant Threatened To Kill Victim During The Attack

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a Cincinnati, Ohio man has been sentenced to 37 years-to-life in prison for raping a Prospect Heights woman in May 2011.


Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson Today Announced That Brooklyn Is One Of Just Four Jurisdictions Nationwide Awarded A Grant For Domestic Violence Homicide Prevention Initiative

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that the Justice Department’s Office on Violence Against Women has once again selected Brooklyn to participate in a Domestic Violence Homicide Prevention Initiative to save lives by identifying the most at-risk victims of domestic violence.


Robbery Defendant Indicted For Soliciting Rikers Inmate To
Kill Witness

Defendant Allegedly Tried To Hire Hit Man To Murder Witness Set To Testify Against Him In Home Invasion; Offered Undercover $10,000 For The Hit

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson today announced that a Brooklyn man convicted in a 2012 home invasion has been indicted on charges of conspiracy and solicitation to commit murder for enlisting a fellow Rikers Island inmate “to take care of a witness,” in his case.


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