Sag Harbor Crime
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Tuesday Feb 2 | via Daily Mail
Porsche-driving real estate exec who 'drunkenly killed his friend in crash and left him to die' could have his assets seized A New York real estate developer accused of drunkenly crashing his Porsche in the Hamptons and leaving his friend to die could have his assets seized, it has emerged. Sean Ludwick, 43, was arrested in January on suspicion of trying to evade prosecution on charges of vehicular homicide and drunken driving stemming from a fatal crash in Southampton, New York last August. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 26 | via Patch.com
Sean Ludwick, the New York City real estate developer who allegedly drove drunk and left his passenger on the road in Sag Harbor to die after an accident last summer, will await trial behind bars on a 13-count indictment,, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said. Justice Fernando Camacho ordered Ludwick held without bail today; the defendant is incarcerated in the Suffolk County Correctional Facility, Spota said. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 26 | via New York Post
Out on $1 million bail as he awaited trial, Sean Ludwick was arrested at his Sag Harbor home last week after trying to buy a 50 - -foot sailboat in Puerto Rico in a - n alleged - scheme to flee to South America , officials said. At a bail hearing Tuesday in Central Islip, Judge Fernando Camacho cited the brazen plot - as he branded him a - n - extreme flight risk and rul - ed - that he must remain behind bars pending trial. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 26 | via The Real Deal
Following an alleged escape plot hatched from a hotel in Puerto Rico and Google searches that included "10 secrets to being a good liar," "5 countries with no extradition," and "Percentage of bail jumpers caught," a Suffolk County judge State Supreme Court Justice Fernando Comacho told Ludwick that no amount of money could guarantee the developer would show up at trial, Hamptons news site 27east.com, reported. "When I set bail at $1 million, I never contemplated the possibilities heard here today," he said. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 20 | via Newsday
Sean Ludwick, 42, is seen at First District court in Central Islip on Jan. 4, 2016. Photo Credit: James Carbone The Manhattan real estate developer charged with killing his friend while driving drunk has had his $1 million bail revoked in the wake of accusations that he tried to buy a boat in Puerto Rico and flee to South America. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 20 | via ABC News
Authorities say a New York City real estate executive facing vehicular homicide and drunken driving charges over a fatal crash in the Hamptons tried to flee to South America. A spokesman for the Suffolk County district attorney says Sean Ludwick was apprehended on Tuesday in Sag Harbor, New York. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 20 | via The Real Deal
Sean Ludwick, the developer charged with vehicular homicide in the death of a Douglas Elliman broker, was arrested Tuesday after authorities foiled his attempt to allegedly flee the U.S. The BlackHouse Development chief was nabbed by federal marshals Tuesday at his Bridgehampton home, the New York Post reported, after plotting an escape to South America while on vacation in Puerto Rico. He appeared in Suffolk County court Wednesday, where his $1 million bond was revoked, the newspaper reported. Comment?
Saturday Jan 9 | via Patch.com
Sean Ludwick, a New York City real estate developer, who is charged in fatal hit-and-run crash in Sag Harbor last summer, moved the body of his passenger, Paul Hansen, after the crash, leaving Hansen to die just feet from the driveway of his home, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said Monday. Ludwick pleaded not guilty to a 13-count indictment with charges including aggravated vehicular homicide at his arraignment on Monday, according to the DA. Comment?
Jan 5, 2016 | via Patch.com
Sean Ludwick, a New York City real estate developer who was arrested after a fatal hit-and-run crash in Sag Harbor last summer, plead not guilty to a 13 count indictment with charges including aggravated vehicular homicide at his arraignment on Monday, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota. Suffolk County District Attorney Vehicular Crimes Bureau Chief John Scott Prudenti told Justice Fernando Camacho that Ludwick's blood had a BAC of .18 percent four hours after the August 30 crash that killed his passenger 53-year-old Paul Hansen, of Sag Harbor, according to the DA. Comment?
Jan 4, 2016 | via WCAX-TV Burlington
A New York City real estate executive is facing upgraded charges in a hit-and-run car crash in the Hamptons this summer that killed a passenger. Suffolk County prosecutors say Sean Ludwick pleaded not guilty Monday to a 13 count indictment charging him with aggravated vehicular homicide, driving while intoxicated and other crimes. Comment?
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