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Former Yorkown Attorney Charged With Grand Larceny
Prosecutors say an attorney from Yorktown, who recently moved to White Plains, is charged with Grand Larceny after allegedly stealing $360,000 from a client.
Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore says 57 year old Fred E. Rosenberg originally of 2888 Hemlock Street, Yorktown Heights, and who now resides at 25 Bank Street, White Plains, has been charged with 2nd Degree Grand Larceny for moving proceeds from a client's real estate transaction being held in escrow into his own personal bank account.
Officials say the charges stem from the sale of a condominium in 2005, in which two sisters sold the condo at 414 West 51st Street in New York City. Authorities allege Rosenberg deposited the net proceeds of the sale, $360,000, into his own account and used the funds without his client's permission.
Rosenberg was released on $10,000 bond. He is due back in White Plains City Court on April 22.
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