Asli Dincer, the Riverhead woman accused of sending false bomb threats to a Jewish house of worship in the Hamptons and of trying to bilk an elderly Westhampton man out of his estate, pleaded guilty in both cases Tuesday in county court in Central Islip. (more…)
Six months after she was arrested along with her ex-husband for allegedly emailing terroristic threats against a Jewish house of worship in the Hamptons, a Riverhead woman now stands accused of attempting to steal more than $1 million in assets from the estate of a Westhampton Beach man who died last May.
Melih Dincer and Asli Dincer (Credit: East Hampton Village Police Department)
UPDATE: According to an East Hampton Village police report, Mr. and Ms. Dincer both pled not guilty Friday afternoon in East Hampton Town Justice Court.
Town Justice Steven Tekulsky set bail at $50,000 cash and $250,000 bond each, and the couple was transported to Suffolk County Jail in Riverside, police said. (more…)