Adams, N. Pompo did not need to sell cars at Fuccillo Auto Group to help the dealership chain make money. Pompo, 31, was charged Friday with first-degree grand larceny, a felony. It is common for car dealerships to have separate, reinsurance companies, through which they provide warranties and other consumer benefits and protections. The companies also make money from the reinsurance premiums. Last year, he helped Fuccillo uncover a fraud scheme that had cost the dealership chain millions of dollars, Pompo told an automotive trade publication.
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Elijah Johnson says Syracuse police officers beat him during arrest in Provided Photos. Syracuse Police Lt. Ralph Bowering testified in federal court today that he saw his officers arrest Elijah Johnson in , and would have stepped in if they did anything inappropriate. Bowering took the witness stand this afternoon in defense of the police officers. He described how officers had responded to three disturbances in the University Hill area on one night in July Partygoers would disperse when cops arrived, but reconvene a few blocks away, Bowering said.
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By Associated Press. The music was thumping and crowds were dancing on Saturday at gay pride events across the United States, with some revelers saying the partying was proof that people won't give in to fear after last weekend's attack at a gay nightclub in Florida. Festivals and parades went ahead under increased security in cities such as Chicago, Columbus, Ohio and Providence, Rhode Island, a week after a gunman fired on a crowd at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. The attack left 49 people dead.
But the proposal, heavy with assumptions about declines in interests rates, drops in state health care costs and savings from refinanced debt, drew skepticism from legislative leaders. Three Bronx men -- all with records for armed robbery and other crimes and all under the supervision of parole officers -- have been arrested in the killing of a New York City police officer, the first to die by gunfire in the line of duty this year. His killing set off an immediate effort to pressure the Bronx District Attorney to seek the death penalty.