Defendant Failed to Pay His Clients Settlement Money; Often Settled Cases Without Telling Them
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson today announced that an attorney who was suspended from practicing law has been charged with stealing more than $100,000 from clients he represented in personal injury lawsuits.
Twelve Charged With Narcotics Trafficking Following Undercover Investigation at Tilden Houses in Brownsville
Approximately 180 Undercover Buys Made During Course of Nine-Month Operation
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson, together with New York City Police Commissioner William J. Bratton, today announced that 12 alleged drug dealers have been variously charged in criminal complaints with selling crack cocaine, cocaine, heroin and marijuana to undercover officers over the past nine months during an anti-drug initiative at the Samuel J. Tilden Houses in Brownsville.
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson Announces He Will Move to Vacate Conviction of David McCallum Who Has Been Wrongfully Imprisoned for Nearly 30 Years
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson today announced that he will move to vacate murder and other charges against David McCallum and the late Willie Stuckey, who were convicted in the 1985 kidnapping and murder of Nathan Blenner. The decision follows a thorough review of the case by the District Attorney’s Conviction Review Unit.
D.A. Thompson Announces New Violent Criminal Enterprises Bureau Formed By Merging Gang and Major Narcotics Investigations Bureaus
Focus On Combatting Gun Violence and Other Criminal Activity Associated With Gangs and Narcotics
Organizations In Brooklyn
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson today announced the formation of a Violent Criminal Enterprises Bureau that will bring together prosecutors with expertise in fighting gangs and drug organizations, and use multiple prosecution strategies, to systematically incapacitate and dismantle these dangerous and violent enterprises that are destroying lives and wreaking havoc in our communities.
DA Ken Thompson announced the appointment of Eric Gonzalez, the first Latino Chief Assistant District Attorney in Brooklyn
Brooklyn District Attorney Announces Appointment of First Latino Chief Assistant District Attorney During Inaugural Celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson today announced appointment of Assistant District Attorney Eric Gonzalez, as his Chief Assistant District Attorney during his Office’s inaugural celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Six Indicted in Conspiracy to Distribute Heroin and “Crystal Meth” in New York City and Pennsylvania
BRIDGET G. BRENNAN, New York City’s Special Narcotics Prosecutor, Kings County District Attorney KENNETH P. THOMPSON and JAMES J. HUNT, Acting Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) New York Division, announced the indictment of six individuals for their roles in schemes to distribute heroin and methamphetamine in the New York metropolitan area and in Pennsylvania.
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,
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.
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.
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.