Pennsylvania authorities have charged five New York men with murder in the brutal hazing death of a college student in 2013. Investigators said 32 other suspects face less serious charges in the incident. The fraternity has also been charged with murder.
Bail has been set at $20,000 for an individual who allegedly embezzled more than $90,000 from a New York youth baseball organization. The 56-year-old man, the treasurer of the organization, was taken into custody at his residence on Oct. 16, 2015, and he was arraigned later that day. He now faces one count of grand larceny.
A person or entity that conducts a transaction that aims to conceal the source of ill-gotten money may be engaging in money laundering. Often, money laundering is part of a tax evasion scheme and may involve the use of dummy corporations or holding companies to conceal the source of the cash. These corporations or holding companies often claim to perform services that are typically paid for in cash.
Defendants unable to make bail will now get another chance to be sprung from jail under new rules that were announced last week.
It may be in the best interest of business professionals throughout New York to understand more about the role big data solutions have in white-collar crime investigations. The financial investigators can work more effectively now that these big data applications make searching, monitoring and tracking more of a science than an art. The recent innovations are being paired with graphical outputs and analytic models that are more user-friendly, thus making these investigators more productive.
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