Sonia Vertucci, 42, charged in New Rochelle with defrauding people of nearly $40,000


If convicted, Vertucci faces seven years in prison.

A New Rochelle woman has been charged with defrauding people of nearly $40,000 by offering services that she never delivered.

The New York State Attorney General's Office says 42-year-old Sonia Vertucci was indicted after allegedly operating a scheme from 2012-13 out of Queens.

Authorities say she demanded cash up-front for services like shipping and offering immigrants Social Security...

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