December 20, 2023
An ex-con charged in a shots fired incident on Staten Island is headed back to prison.
December 18, 2023
Assistant District Attorney Thomas Litsky, who currently serves as chief of the Staten Island District Attorney’s Appeals Bureau...
D.A.: The ‘How Many Stops Bill’ would crush community policing, demand gender and racial profiling, and make New York less safe
December 17, 2023
I write to express my strong opposition to a needless City Council police reporting bill that will take cops off the street to fill out paperwork...
December 14, 2023
A repeat drug offender charged in an undercover operation that culminated in a 2022 shootout with police last year has pleaded guilty.
December 13, 2023
A Staten Island man will have to get clean and stay away from his father if he wants to avoid prison.
Guilty plea in New Year’s Day slashing on Staten Island. Defense points to third party in ongoing case.
December 11, 2023
A Castleton Corners woman has pleaded guilty in a street fight that authorities say ended with a female adversary slashed in the face...
District Attorney McMahon Releases Grand Jury Report Sharply Critical of the Vulnerability of New York’s Electoral Process to Criminal Interference, Urges Legislative Fixes to Secure Future Elections
November 28, 2022
Grand Jury Convened to Consider Evidence in an Investigation of Forgery Illegal Voting, and Identity Theft Relating to a 2021 Staten Island Primary Election – Issues Report Urging Significant Changes to New York City and State Procedures for Absentee Ballot Applications, Signature Verification, and Voter Identification
New Jersey Man Indicted After Joint Investigation Uncovers Massive Interstate Fentanyl Mailing Operation
August 25, 2022
Dozens of packages containing approximately 8,000 fentanyl pills addressed to areas throughout the country were intercepted by law enforcement at mailing facilities on Staten Island; Joint investigation led to takedown of fentanyl pill mill in Jersey City earlier this month
Staten Island Man Arraigned on Indictment for Animal Cruelty Case Involving Twenty-Four Huskies
August 17, 2022
Defendant kept huskies in deplorable conditions and neglected to provide proper sustenance, food, and water; Sheriff’s Office and ASPCA rescued dogs following investigation
D.A. McMahon Joins Elected Leaders, Non-Violence Groups, Violence Interrupters, and Community Organizations To Unite Against Gun Violence
June 7, 2022
Staten Island DA's office has met with numerous non-violence groups in past several weeks including True 2 Life, Mothers Against Senseless Killings, Occupy the Block, the Canvas Institute and more to discuss the root causes of gun violence and what we can do before an individual resorts to carrying a gun.
DA McMahon Marks First National Fentanyl Awareness Day; Promises to Take Down Dealers and Help Those Battling Addiction
May 10, 2022
D.A. McMahon joins Staten Island elected officials, premier behavioral health organizations, and community treatment partners to recognize the first "National Fentanyl Awareness Day
Staten Island DA McMahon, Uber, and MADD Announce Return of Staten Island Safe Ride Initiative
April 26, 2022
SI Safe Ride offers discounted rides with Uber to Staten Island residents celebrating Cinco de Mayo, May 5, 2022
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