A Staten Island business owner known for throwing lavish fund-raisers for political candidates was charged with writing $82 million in bad checks — in just two weeks.
Saquib Khan wrote the worthless checks last month, according to Brooklyn federal prosecutors. Khan, 51, was released on $400,000 bail.
He has thrown big-dollar fund-raisers on both sides of the aisle, according to a report in the Staten Island Advance.
The arrest marks a steep fall for Khan, who hosted a $1,000-a-plate dinner for Hillary Clinton’s Senate campaign in 2000 and later threw a cash bash for then-Gov. George Pataki.
What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Guy Gets Bad Case Of Road Rage, Impersonates Federal Agent, Arrests Other Driver…
Road rage gone waaaay wrong…
A Long Island man is accused of impersonating a federal agent and then putting a teen in handcuffs during a bizarre confrontation in Suffolk County.
Sunday afternoon, police said 39-year-old David Bradley activated emergency lights he had on his vehicle and pulled over a 19-year-old driver following a road rage incident at the intersection of Woodhull Avenue and Route 347 in Port Jefferson Station.
He then got out wearing a bullet proof vest and told the teen he was an agent with the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office, according to investigators.
The sudden cause of Heavy D’s death remains a mystery as autopsy results conducted on the rapper have come back inconclusive. Officials say the cause of death was still unclear and it could take several weeks before the actual cause is determined pending the results of toxicology tests. Read more…
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The long awaited third part in the Jenifa trilogy finally premiered today at the symphony space theatre on Broadway, New York.
With a touted 7pm start time, fans and celebrities alike came out to support Funke Akindele the star and director of the movie but alas the African time syndrome was in full play.