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This profile was last updated on 9/18/04  and contains information from public web pages.

Alfred S. Villani

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Sheriff's Department
 
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Employment History

  • Senior Investigator
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Senior Investigator Alfred S. ...
www.nyjournalnews.com, 18 Sept 2004 [cached]
Senior Investigator Alfred S. Villani was suspended Sept. 2 and ordered to turn in his gun and badge.A 30-year member of the Sheriff's Department, Villani, 51, leads the 10-member narcotics enforcement bureau, which handles drug investigations throughout the county.
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It resulted in disciplinary charges against Villani for alleged violation of department rules and regulations.An administrative hearing will follow, although no date has been set.
Villani, who earns a base pay of $72,375, declined to comment when approached outside his Putnam County home this week.He could choose to retire and would collect a pension.
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"The sheriff had a briefing with legislators on the ongoing investigation that involved the subject and that, at this time based on that investigation, he has suspended Senior Investigator Al Villani.
Head of Putnam drug unit suspended
www.nynews.com, 18 Sept 2004 [cached]
Senior Investigator Alfred S. Villani was suspended Sept. 2 and ordered to turn in his gun and badge.A 30-year member of the Sheriff's Department, Villani, 51, leads the 10-member narcotics enforcement bureau, which handles drug investigations throughout the county.
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It resulted in disciplinary charges against Villani for alleged violation of department rules and regulations.An administrative hearing will follow, although no date has been set.
Villani, who earns a base pay of $72,375, declined to comment when approached outside his Putnam County home this week.He could choose to retire and would collect a pension.
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"The sheriff had a briefing with legislators on the ongoing investigation that involved the subject and that, at this time based on that investigation, he has suspended Senior Investigator Al Villani.
Officer Al Villani, a former ...
www.thejournalnews.com, 11 Aug 2007 [cached]
Officer Al Villani, a former Putnam County sheriff's investigator, responded to the crash and said initially that Knox may have "brushed" Bailey with his car.
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Villani, who was on vacation yesterday and unavailable for comment, did not charge Knox, who was called back to the scene by police Thursday afternoon after a witness reported his license plate number.
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Villani ended his 30-year career in the Sheriff's Department in 2004 when he was forced to resign in disgrace after being charged with falsifying business records to conceal the disappearance of a $2,000 night-vision scope.The former senior narcotics investigator was sentenced in February 2005 to 150 hours of community service.He recently started working for the village's fledgling Police Department.
Former Putnam investigator pleads to misdemeanor
www.nynews.com, 15 Dec 2004 [cached]
Retired Senior Investigator Alfred Villani entered his plea in Village Court before Justice Richard L. O'Rourke, who ordered a routine pre-sentence investigation by the county Probation Department, then told Villani to return to court Feb. 8 for sentencing.He has been free on bail since his arrest and retirement last month.
Villani was suspended without pay Sept. 2, when the department lodged the administrative charges against him.Before that, he led the department's narcotics enforcement unit, which handles drug investigations throughout the county.
He was arrested last month after an investigation found he made a false entry on sheriff's inventory records to conceal the disappearance of a $2,000 night-vision scope, court records show.Documents in Village Court alleged Villani deleted "the serial number and other identifying information" for the missing equipment, "thus defrauding the county."
Villani, 52, admitted to the charge last night, quietly uttering "guilty" when Assistant District Attorney Thomas Jacobellis asked for his plea.
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Villani's attorney, Robert Ponzini of White Plains, indicated that per an agreement with the District Attorney's Office, Villani would serve no jail time.
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Villani was arrested Nov. 18.The state notified the Sheriff's Office that Villani, a 30-year department veteran, had retired effective that same day.His plea last night should not affect his ability to collect a pension.Villani earned a base pay of $72,375 a year.
After O'Rourke accepted the plea, Ponzini escorted Villani out of the Brewster village offices, where the justice court is located.
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While every other defendant in the tiny Village Court last night waited in the courtroom for his or her name to be called, Villani was allowed to wait in a side room, away from the other defendants.His name was the last one called, and he entered the court after hearing Jacobellis call it.
The administrative investigation into the alleged misconduct by Villani began after several members of the 10-person drug unit reported what Smith has described as "questionable activity occurring within the unit."
Ex-investigator sentenced
www.thejournalnews.com, 9 Feb 2005 [cached]
Brewster Village Justice Richard L. O'Rourke told former Senior Investigator Alfred Villani that the path that resulted in his sentencing was an "unfortunate set of circumstances" and an "exercise of poor judgment" on his part.
Villani, 52, said nothing as he stood alongside his lawyer, Robert Ponzini, and was sentenced.O'Rourke gave him until Sept. 1 to complete the 150 hours and said he would not grant any extensions.
Villani, a 30-year veteran of the Sheriff's Office who rose to senior investigator in the narcotics bureau, admitted in December to making a false entry on inventory records to conceal the disappearance of a $2,000 night-vision scope.He pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree falsifying business records, a misdemeanor, and has made restitution to the county.
The charge stemmed from a departmental investigation into administrative charges filed against Villani in September.He was suspended without pay Sept. 2.In October, the department began an administrative hearing.The hearing, held behind closed doors at Villani's request, is still pending even though Villani has since retired.His sentencing last night should not affect his ability to collect a pension.He earned a base pay of $72,375 last year.
The administrative investigation of Villani began after several members of the drug unit reported what Sheriff Donald B. Smith described as "questionable activity occurring within the unit."
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