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Before Knezevich’s arrest in May, his attorney, Kenneth Padowitz, told CNN that his client “has never been to Spain” and had nothing to do with the incident. Padowitz, however, told CNN in February that the split was amicable. Prosectors allege video shows a man resembling David Knezevich in a Madrid hardware store on February 2, 2024. She was planning a trip to Barcelona with her friends on February 5, her brother told CNN, but she abruptly stopped communicating and never showed up for the trip. I’ll call you when I get back.”Henao and Rameau had spoken by phone just hours before her disappearance but she had not mentioned meeting a dreamy stranger, he told CNN.
Persons: David Knezevich, Ana Maria Knezevich Henao, Knezevich –, Kenneth Padowitz, , Spain ”, Knezevich, he’d, Padowitz, Henao, Ana Henao's, Prosectors, Sanna Rameau, ” Henao, Rameau, she’d, Karimi, Al Goodman Organizations: CNN, FBI, Ana, Attorney’s, Peugeot, Investigators Locations: Florida, Spain, Madrid, Salamanca, Serbia, Miami, Turkey, Belgrade, Ana Henao's Madrid, Colombia, Barcelona
Mr. Peiffer initially pleaded not guilty to nine counts, including bribery, extortion and use of an interstate facility to promote prostitution; he was not accused of sex trafficking. Mr. Peiffer had been a police officer in Brewster, a village about 50 miles north of New York City, since at least 2006, prosecutors said in court filings. Mr. Peiffer had been scheduled for sentencing last May, but the hearing was delayed when his wife went into labor just hours before it was to begin. His wife, Shayla Peiffer, is one of several people who wrote supportive letters to the court at the time asking for a more lenient sentence. Ms. Peiffer wrote that she was pregnant with a daughter, due that June.
Persons: Kellman, Peiffer, , Brewster, Shayla Organizations: Brewster Police Department Locations: Queens, New York , New Jersey, Connecticut, Brewster, Brooklyn, New York City, Mexico, United States
Donald Trump returns to court Thursday in his New York hush-money case. The hush-money case is on track to be tried first out of the former president and GOP frontrunner's four felony indictments. AdvertisementCourt officers kept careful watch at Donald Trump's hush-money arraignment in New York. Merchan pushed back on any premature trial-date tinkering in a letter he sent the hush-money defense team in early September. Reuters/Jane RosenbergSquabbling over evidenceThere's been plenty of squabbling over evidence in the past six months, the hush-money case file shows.
Persons: Donald Trump, , Stormy Daniels, Juan Merchan, Todd Blanche, Susan Necheles, Timothy A, Clary, He'll, Donald Trump's, Andrew Kelly, Trump, it's, Trump's, Merchan, Jane Rosenberg, Bob Woodward, what's, Matthew Colangelo, Colangelo, There's, Attorney Alvin Bragg Organizations: Service, GOP, NY, Trump, Business, Reuters, Manhattan Criminal, New, Manhattan, Attorney, COC, Prosecutors Locations: New York, Manhattan, Florida, Georgia, Brooklyn, New York County
Given the hefty price of football tickets, it was a high-flying lifestyle, which Mr. Babudar attributed to successful warehouses he managed across the Midwest. Mr. Babudar is accused of committing a string of bank robberies across at least six states over the last year, including in Iowa, where he is accused of stealing $70,000. That robbery is one of seven Mr. Babudar was accused of committing or attempting between April 2022 and December 2022, according to court documents unsealed on Monday. Prosectors said Mr. Babudar had purchased and redeemed more than $1 million worth of chips from casinos across the Midwest that appeared to be connected to the stolen money. A grand jury will determine whether Mr. Babudar will be indicted on the additional charges, the statement added.
Persons: Xavier Babudar, Babudar, Babudar’s, Prosectors Organizations: Kansas City Chiefs, United States Attorney’s Office, of Locations: Iowa, Sacramento, Calif, United, Western, of Missouri, Oklahoma, Midwest
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailTrump prosectors need to prove intent to commit or conceal another crime, says James KousourosHosted by Brian Sullivan, “Last Call” is a fast-paced, entertaining business show that explores the intersection of money, culture and policy. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET on CNBC. James Kousouros, criminal defense attorney, joins the show to discuss the felony criminal charges against former President Donald Trump.
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