Tag: Central Islip
A Long Island bank CEO, hotelier and attorney charged with forcibly touching a woman at Stony Brook University last year has reached a deal with prosecutors that avoids jail time, records show. Suffolk County Judge Karen Kerr ordered John C. Tsunis—chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Gold Coast Bank, chairman and CEO of Long Island Hotels and special counsel at the Islandia-based law firm Tsunis Gasparis Lustig Ring & Kenney, LLP—to serve 70 hours of community service.
Jose Gaitan, 48, was charged with hitting and killing 31-year-old Lucas Reyes on Depot Road.
Federal prosecutors charged Walsh with theft and wire fraud for allegedly being paid $200,000 for hours when he was golfing, gambling and politicking between 2011 and 2014. Attorneys for Walsh, who retired shortly before the trial began so he could collect his pension, have argued that he was free to come and go as he pleased and make up the hours later.