Queens State Senator's Niece, Senior Aide Among Those Indicted In Nonprofit Scheme
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Four people with ties to Queens State Senator Shirley Huntley have been accused of trying to steal funds intended for a nonprofit she founded.
Huntley's niece and a senior aide are among those indicted.
They allegedly conspired to pocket nearly $30,000 in member items earmarked for Parent Workshop Incorporated, a group that Huntley founded prior to joining the legislature.
Huntley has not been charged.
In a statement, the lawmaker said she's confident a full investigation will prove she did nothing wrong.