Queens gambling arrests
More than a dozen people were arrested as police busted an alleged gambling ring in Queens. Gambling crackdown arrests Fullscreen. Robert Wisiak of Queens, was charged with promoting gambling in the first degree and possession of gambling records in the. Apr 07, · Eight people — including five northern Queens natives — have been indicted on charges of running an illegal sports betting ring, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton .
Queens gambling ring busted days ahead of Super Bowl
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46 alleged members of infamous NYC crime families arrested: FBI
Tuesday, March 28, 4: Department of Justice Tuesday announced a count indictment against 10 members and associates of the Bonanno crime family alleging they engaged in loansharking, extortion, obstruction of justice and attempted murder in Howard Beach from to Giallanazo is the nephew of Vincent Asaro, who last week was charged with hiring John Gotti — grandson of the Dapper Don — to set fire to the car of a motorist who cut him off.
Asaro in was acquitted of charges he organized the infamous Lufthansa heist at John F. The other nine defendants face up to 20 years for the loansharking charge with some facing more depending on their alleged role in the ring. The indictment came after a long-term investigation by the DOJ through wiretap recordings, cooperating witnesses, visual surveillance and more. The federal government is also looking to seize the homes of Giallanzo, Padavona, Palmaccio and Festa.
Giallanzo is also charged with seeking to murder an individual who robbed one of his crew members. The dispute lasted several months and the two crews often shot at each other on Howard Beach streets, the DOJ said.
Tanico and Padavona are separately being charged with attempts to obstruct justice by having the former to lie to a grand jury. He then lied, saying he had not spoken with Padavona about the subpoena issued to him. On top of the 20 years for the loansharking rap, Padavona and Tanico face up to an additional 20 for obstruction of justice and Tanico faces another five for perjury.
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Thursday, April 7, 2: Eight indicted over illegal Qns. In an count indictment, the defendants were charged with enterprise corruption — a violation of the state's Organized Crime Control Act — and promoting gambling, conspiracy and money laundering. Investigators used physical surveillance and court-authorized eavesdropping to obtain allagedly incriminating evidence. Sharon, a professional poker player, was identified as the alleged leader of the ring.
The District Attorney's Office said that Sharon was the bookmaker of the operation and met with Ciancatto and Handler, who are accused of being the master-agents of the ring, regularly to pay out or receive money for the bettors' losses or winnings. Frank Nista, Emilio Testa and Christopher Hansen are also accused of being agents for the enterprise.
Schreiber and Zaccario, the district attorney's office said, allegedly worked as sub-agents with their own clientele. The defendants are also accused of laundering money by transporting money in Queens and elsewhere.
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Regulated online poker and casino games have not met expectations. Some operators have blamed the signup process for the lower than expected player counts. Each click can lead to a potential new player giving up and moving on to something else, including an offshore site with a simpler process. One click that has left some players uncomfortable is the request to supply the gaming site with a Social Security Number. This is something rarely asked by offshore sites.
The first use of a Social Security Number is to identify a player. The information provided by a player is compared to a government or private database. A Social Security Number helps narrow down information for common names. This speeds up the account creation and player identification process that helps prevent gambling by minors. A Social Security Number can also be used as a way to track fraudulent players.
If a player attempts to make a deposit with a stolen credit card or initiates an electronic check with insufficient funds, then the poker room and payment processor have a better idea who it is.
This helps in two ways. One is that pinpointing who a player is and their location will prevent the site from accepting future bad deposits from a player. This information can also be used to pursue the customer if he or she refuses to make good on returned echeck or disputed credit card charge.
It can also be used to challenge a fraudster that has stolen a credit card or bank account information. This is much harder to obtain. Some players mistakenly believe that winnings from offshore sites are not taxable. This is simply not true. Any player that wins money from an offshore site is still obligated to declare it under gambling winnings on a or as a professional gambler on a Schedule C.