Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Sentences have been handed down to the last of four Romanian immigrants who admitted to their roles in a card-skimming scheme that targeted Long Island Rail Road ticket machines last year.Nassau County Judge Christopher Quinn sentenced Dorin Husa, 38, and 46-year-old Niculae Petre to a year in jail on Thursday after they pleaded guilty in March to criminal possession of forgery devices. They were also ordered to forfeit $7,000 in proceeds that investigators found in their apartment.Authorities said the duo were involved with fellow Queens residents Valer Zaharia, 38, and his 27-year-old wife, Teodora Zaharia, who each pleaded guilty to grand larceny. Teodora was sentenced to nine months in jail last month. Valer, who also pleaded guilty to conspiracy last month, was sentenced to 2 to 6 years in prison—in addition to forfeiting $61,251.MTA police officers arrested the couple in October a day after watching them retrieve two skimming devices and hidden cameras from Ticket Vending Machines at the Sea Cliff LIRR station.When police executed a search warrant on the couple’s apartment, investigators found materials used to manufacture credit card skimmers and cameras installed at LIRR and Metro-North Rail Road stations, plus cash obtained using stolen bank information, authorities said.A fifth man, 31-year-old Cezar Nastasa, who fled the country when the other four were arrested, is wanted on charges of grand larceny, conspiracy, unlawful possession of a skimmer device and criminal possession of a forgery device.
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Jun 9, 2009Global H1N1 cases rise to 26,563The World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) count of novel H1N1 influenza cases reached 26,563 today, an increase of 1,275 since yesterday, Dr. Keiji Fukuda reported at a news briefing from Geneva. The death toll increased by 1, to 140, while the number of affected countries stayed the same at 73. Fukuda is the WHO’s assistant director-general for health security and the environment.[Canwest News Service story]Australia’s count tops 1,200; officials to discuss alert levelAustralia’s tally of confirmed novel flu cases climbed to 1,211 today, as the health ministry called for calm after sports officials cancelled a major swim meet and quarantined professional rugby players, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. Health officials are meeting in Sydney tomorrow to review Australia’s current alert level and discuss quarantine issues, other news outlets reported.[Jun 9 Sydney Morning Herald story]Scotland eyes vaccinating all kidsAs the number of confirmed novel H1N1 cases in Scotland soared to 232 today, officials discussed the idea of vaccinating all of the country’s children, the Daily Record newspaper reported. Though no final decisions on vaccine prioritization have been made, a government spokesperson said children and healthcare workers will likely be in the top tier and that the goal is to vaccinate all Scottish citizens by the middle of 2010.[Jun 9 Daily Record story]Egypt expands quarantine of American studentsEgyptian officials extended their quarantine of 234 students at an American University dormitory in Cairo until Jun 15 today after five more residents tested positive for the novel H1N1 virus, Reuters reported. The country first quarantined the site after two American students got sick with the novel flu. Egyptian officials said the newly confirmed cases include four students and a staff member who have been hospitalized but are not showing symptoms.[Jun 9 Reuters story]
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