An NYPD cop moonlighted as a money-launderer for her drug-dealing boyfriend, picking up cash from his heroin operation and making bank deposits, prosecutors charged.
A couple of absent-minded thieves tried to steal an ATM machine from a Jersey City grocery store early this morning, but instead they gave new meaning to the term “fell off the back of a truck.”
A former tax specialist who ran the high-priced escort service patronized by former Gov. Eliot Spitzer was sentenced on Friday to 2½ years in prison on prostitution and money laundering conspiracy charges.
Way back in the Mesopotamia Era… well, ok, it was really only 1992, but it just feels like such a long time ago as so much has changed in the past 15 years. The Annunzio-Wylie Anti-Money Laundering Act of 1992 regulated financial institutions to report suspicious transactions by completing a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR).