Thursday, August 30, 2012
Huntley charged with falsifying business records, conspiracy in ‘charity scam’
Huntley and several other defendants did not speak during their initial appearance in a Mineola courtroom. They were all released on their own recognizance and ordered back to court on Sept. 14.
The Post first reported last year how Huntley, a who represents Jamaica, Laurelton and South Ozone Park, tried to direct $155,000 to her Parent Workshop nonprofit.
She’s been charged with conspiracy in the fifth degree, tampering with evidence and falsifying business records.
Prosecutors will claim that Huntley and other defendants falsified papers, making it appear that Parent Workshop performed services stated in the contract, when no such services were ever performed, sources said.