EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF JAMAICA NON-PROFIT CHARGED WITH STEALING $100K TO FUND HER LAVISH LIFESTYLE – PROBABLY JUST THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG WITH ALL THE SHADY BUSINESSES IN JAMAICA

Why am I not surprised. With so many shady businesses in Jamaica from all the medical places to the thug auto body shops, people know to come to Jamaica to open up a shady business and other bullshit, since they will either not get caught or it will take some time for them to get caught.

Yolanda Vitulli, executive director of Tender Care Human Services Inc. (92-21 165th St),  a not-for-profit that provided services to people with autism and other developmental disabilities throughout New York City, with embezzling approximately $100,000 in federal and state funds meant for the organization to fund her lavish lifestyle. I guess she learned well from our corrupt elected officials. Wonder if Senator Leroy Comrie, funded some money to her, like he did with that corrupt Angel Docs a few years ago (http://nypost.com/2012/06/28/councils-pork-bill-at-147m/).

So she steals $100,000 dollars to pay for housekeepers to do various tasks around her home, such as cleaning her residence, doing her laundry, and providing childcare and hired a contractor to make upgrades to her home, including purchasing and installing a hot tub, fence, furniture, and security cameras. Money that should have gone to help people with autism and other developmental disabilities. So , Yolanda Vitulli, you win the first ever Clean Up Jamaica Queens Award for a low-class

CONGRATS!

 

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EVIL CUNT, Yolanda Vitulli (with that bad fucking wig). All that money she stole and she could not do better than this ghetto shit.,

From Queens Times Ledger:

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The executive director of Tender Care Human Services Inc. has been charged with stealing $100,000 from the not-for-profit company.

The executive director of a Queens not-for-profit company has been caught with her hand in the cookie jar.

On Wednesday, a Brooklyn federal grand jury charged Yolanda Vitulli, executive director of Tender Care Human Services Inc., a not-for-profit that provided services to people with autism and other developmental disabilities throughout New York City, with embezzling approximately $100,000 in federal and state funds meant for the organization to fund her lavish lifestyle.

“The very definition of charity is to give to those in need. Instead, the subject in this case decided the $100,000 she’s accused of stealing would be better spent making her life easier,” said Diego Rodriguez, FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge. “Theft is a crime, but to take from those who are in need of help makes this case more egregious.”

Vitulli was the executive director of Tender Care, located at 92-21 165th St. in Jamaica, from January 2001 to May 2016, during which time the organization received approximately $3 million in federal and New York State Medicaid funding each year.

According to the allegation, the investigation revealed that between 2009 and May 2014, Vitulli stole funds from Tender Care in order to pay for housekeepers to do various tasks around her home, such as cleaning her residence, doing her laundry, and providing childcare.

Also, between January 2012 and November 2013, it is alleged that Vitulli used her organization’s funds to hire a contractor to make upgrades to her home, including purchasing and installing a hot tub, fence, furniture, and security cameras. Vitulli leaves in Berk County in Pennsylvania, but did she work in her area, hell no, she came to ghetto Jamaica, where she knew she could get away with this for awhile.

“The defendant allegedly stole public funds meant for the developmentally disabled in order to subsidize her own life of luxury,” said Catherine Leahy Scott, New York State Inspector General. “This indictment should serve as warning to any officers and agents of charitable providers who exploit taxpayer funds intended for critical public services; they will be identified, apprehended, and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. I will continue to work closely with my state and federal law enforcement partners to pursue and hold accountable anyone who attempts to defraud the public welfare system and the people it serves.”

Vitulli is expected to appear in Brooklyn federal court on Friday.

 

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  1. Wow this story Is very interesting. There Is another non profit Organization in Jamaica queens i know doing the same Exact Thing. Its around the área And i am sure both executuve directors know each other. i would like To get in contact with You… I might have useful information. God bless You And this site Just When i thought hope Was lost i bumped into this site. A Community And more than 50 civiliand are in Need of your asistance.

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