Got 'em For Over $300 K.
THREE QUEENS, NEW YORK, VOLUNTEER EMTs were arraigned yesterday (Thursday) on several grand larceny charges. They are accused of stealing more than $320,000 from the Corona Community Volunteer Ambulance Corps in Queens and using the funds for their personal enrichment.
Prosecutors say the 37-year-old ambulance corps' treasurer (Daniel Dominguez) allegedly transferred more than $300,000 from the organization’s bank account into his own, then spent the money on fancy meals, luxury car service trips and vacations in Disney World and Niagara Falls.
He also helped another 31-year-old board member (Daryl Adeva) steal about $8,960 from the nonprofit.
The 41-year-old president of Corona Community Volunteer Ambulance Corps (David Moretti) is accused of stealing about $11,000 from the organization between 2008 and 2011.
Prosecutors allege that the president transferred money and withdrew cash from the organization's bank account. He also is accused of using one of the corps’ credit cards to make car payments and overseas money transfers.
The investigation began when some board members of the rescue squad discovered some funds missing and notified the State Attorney General's office.
The Long Island Exchange has more details HERE.
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