New York prosecutors on Thursday unveiled an indictment charging the Trump Organization’s finance chief Allen Weisselberg with grand larceny and the company with fraud, launching the first criminal case resulting from a multiyear investigation into former President Donald Trump’s business affairs.
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The Trump Organization’s finance chief Allen Weisselberg surrendered to New York prosecutors Thursday morning as he and the company’s lawyers prepared to face the first criminal charges stemming from a multiyear investigation into former President Donald Trump’s business affairs.
Mr. Weisselberg voluntarily turned himself in at 6:15 a.m. ET Thursday, his lawyer said. The district attorney’s office filed an indictment Wednesday against the Trump Organization and Mr. Weisselberg on charges that will be made public Thursday afternoon, The Wall Street Journal has reported.