- Wednesday, October 16, 2013
HARTFORD – A New York City woman was sentenced in US District Court on Tuesday, October 15, to serve eight months in prison, with two years of probation to follow, on convictions for wire fraud and for making false statements in connection with a scam fundraising scheme that she created on the Internet stemming from the Sandy Hook School shooting incident last December.
Nouel Alba, 37, of The Bronx pleaded guilty in June to the federal charges.
- Tuesday, October 15, 2013
HARTFORD — Late Tuesday afternoon, a New York City woman who posed as the aunt of a child killed in the massacre at Sandy Hook School last December was sentenced to 8 months in prison according to an Associated Press bulletin.
Nouel Alba, 37, of the Bronx pleaded guilty in June to federal charges of wire fraud and making false statements.
- Saturday, September 28, 2013
HARTFORD (AP) — Scheduled to be sentenced October 15, the New York City woman who posed as the aunt of a child killed on 12/14 is seeking probation, arguing she’s already been punished by the media.
Nouel Alba, 37, of the Bronx pleaded guilty in June on federal charges of wire fraud and making false statements.
Starting on the day of the shootings, authorities said, Alba used Facebook, email, text messages and telephone calls to falsely claim to be the aunt of 6-year-old victim Noah Pozner.
- Thursday, June 6, 2013
BRIDGEPORT – A New York City woman on Thursday, June 6, pleaded guilty in US District Court to federal charges against her stemming from her engaging in a fraudulent fundraising scheme related to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting tragedy, and then lying to FBI agents investigating her conduct.