NY EMTs charged with stealing $325K from ambulance co.
The suspects used the stolen cash on luxury car service trips, vacations and car payments
The Associated Press
NEW YORK — Three emergency medical technicians have been arrested and charged with stealing more than $325,000 from a Queens volunteer ambulance corps.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced the arrests Thursday.
Schneiderman says Daniel Dominguez was a board member and treasurer of the nonprofit Corona Community Volunteer Ambulance Corps when he stole more than $300,000 from its bank accounts and transferred the money into his own personal accounts.
He says the 37-year-old spent the money on trips to Walt Disney World and Niagara Falls.
He says board members Daryl Aveda and David Moretti also made unauthorized transfers of the ambulance corps' money.
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