Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Two Long Island men were indicted for allegedly renting and selling nine New York City homes after illegally transferring the titles in a multi-million-dollar scheme, Brooklyn prosecutors said.Danny Noble, 45, of Baldwin, and his alleged accomplice, 37-year-old Romelo Grey of Freeport, pleaded not guilty in Brooklyn court to charges of conspiracy, criminal possession of stolen property, grand larceny and falsifying business records.“It is shocking that this defendant was allegedly able to carry out such a brazen scheme, stealing properties right out from under their owners,” Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson said.Prosecutors said Noble and Grey falsely transferred titles to seven Brooklyn properties and two more in Queens that the owners did not live in and rarely visited. Five were transferred from the actual homeowners to Noble, three were transferred to 69 Adelphi Street, LLC and one to a third party, authorities said. The company was also charged.In one case, Noble allegedly rented out two apartments for $1,500 per month in a recently renovated brownstone in Fort Greene, whose actual owner lives outside of the United States, prosecutors said. Noble allegedly filed a fraudulent satisfaction of mortgage for another Brooklyn property.The alleged scheme unraveled when Noble transferred the title to a house in Canarsie to a third party, Grey told the residents to move out and the buyer began renovating, which caught the attention of the actual owner, who also owns a business directly across the street, according to investigators.Judge Danny Chun set bail for Noble at $250,000 cash or $500,000 bond. Grey was ordered held on $25,000 bond or $10,000 cash bail. If convicted, Noble faces up to 25 years in prison, Grey faces up to four years and the corporation faces a fine of up to $10,000. They are due back in court Aug. 5.
Did someone say, royal flush? A house at 14 Habitat Place, Noosa Heads, has a “master suite that dwarves some nearby homes”, according to realestate.com.auIt includes a dressing room and an luxurious ensuite bathroom and enough hanging space for the more than 500 award-winning costumes and 200 headdresses in Priscilla’s under carriage.And this sparkly suite at 75 Sky Drive at Highvale has a chandelier in the dressing room, a huge walk-in-robe, a freestanding bath and his and hers (or his and his) vanities. When the time comes to get back in to the spotlight, there are plenty of houses with seriously swish gyms. Here is just one. Time to get fierce No pluggers here! This is the impressive wardrobe/dressing room at 21 Knott Ct, Whitfield.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago“The master suite of itself rivals the size of many homes, with opulently spaced bedroom, a walk-in robe and dressing room fit for Milan’s latest,” according to realestate.com.au Carrie Bradshaw would approve.In Cairns, you won’t find any standard pluggers in this spectacular master suite at 21 Knott Court, Whitfield. Time for a tipple, and then maybe a topple.At 49 Mark St in New Farm, there is a bar fit for the more refined queen, with timber panelling creating a warm atmosphere.And this phenomenal house at 15 Wentworth Parade in Balmoral has a bar to rival any nightclub. RuPaul Picture: Supplied. I love the nightlife You can see the clubs (sort of) from your own private nightclub.Called Wandana, this six bedroom showstopper has views to die for darling, multiple living spaces, a media room, pool and an internal lift. Now the time has come for us to borrow a line from the most famous drag queen of all, RuPaul, and “sashay away”. Dress rehearsals for Priscilla Queen Of The Desert The Musical in Melbourne earlier this year (Photo by Sam Tabone/WireImage)THE world’s most famous queens will roll in to Brisbane next week, armed and ready to shake their groove thang in more glitter, feathers and spray tan than ever before.The award-winning musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert hits the Lyric Theatre stage from Wednesday, and while the queens no doubt will spend their down time in some drab inner-city hotel, there are plenty of fab houses on the market that are fit for royalty.In honour of the bus they named Priscilla, here is the best places to park up and get ready in the event that it really does start raining men. Note: a shower or two is predicted next week. Delicious dressing rooms SPARKLY: 75 Sky Drive, HighvaleThis one at 94 Gerler St in Bardon is under contract but gets an honourable mention for channeling the Queen of New York, Carrie Bradshaw.Just imagine those gravity-defying, glitter stilettos on display. In the words of Tick: “You can make a fine living in a pair of heels”. I will survive … a session in the gym.This four-storey masterpiece at Ascot has so many features you should click here now. And when the time comes to exit stage left, there are plenty of houses with bars and entertainment lounges for tired queens to rest their weary feet – or “lip sync for your life”. This stunning house at Chelmer has an impressive wine cellar and a bar, a home theatre room, terraces, pool and a spa. read more
Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin has selected Thirty- five (35) youngsters to form the nucleus of the National U-17 male team subject to they passing all medical tests.The final list of the recruitment was decided after a nation wide tour to identify talented youngsters into the next Black Starlets squad.The Technical team also invited and accessed players from various football academies as well as some players who excelled at the Airtel Rising stars competition.All selected players are expected to report at the GSCE, Prampram on Sunday February 14, 2016 before 6pm.Below are the players who have been selected in the final National U-17 squad list:GOALKEEPERS1. Mathew Tigasi2. Tawfik Yahuza3. Bukari Abdul Rafui4. Ibrahim Selly Seydou5. Frederick Asare DEFENDERS6. Faisal Osman7. Abdul Razak Yussif8. Gideon Acquah9. Benjamin Aloma10. Paul Tetteh Addour11. Najeeb Yakubu12. Stephen Boye13. Samuel Taylor14. Seydou Issaka15. Omar FaroukMIDFIELDERS16. Frederick Agyeman17. Kwadwo Asamoah18. Emmanuel Toku19. Rashid Ibrahim20. Obed Yankey21. Emmanuel Kuvedu22. Eric Ayiah23. Nuhu Sule24. Silas Kyeremeh25. Obed Appiah26. Ibrahim Appiah27. David Ayi Akwetey28. Abdul Halik Hudu29. Mohammed IddrissATTACKERS30. Sylvester Simba31. Aziz Abdul Yakubu32. David Cudjoe33. Abubakar Lawal34. Aminu Mohammed35. Ibrahim Sulley–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports read more