Queens Councilman Pleads Guilty To Charges Stemming From 1996 Larceny Case
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Just two days after winning re-election, a City Councilman pleaded guilty Thursday to charges stemming from a 15-year-old larceny case.
Queens Councilman Ruben Wills admitted to stealing items and damaging a Manhattan office building in 1996.
The case will be closed without jail time or probation if he does three days of community service and pays $2,500 in restitution.
Wills said the incident arose from a business dispute.
An outstanding warrant was issued for his arrest after he missed court dates.