Queens Accountant Is Charged With Threatening to Kill a Prosecutor

An accountant from Queens who was convicted of grand larceny in 1995 and indicted on similar counts in April has been arrested on charges that he threatened to kill the Manhattan prosecutor who handled both cases, officials said on Wednesday.

The accountant, Jack Chang, of Bayside, sent threatening letters to the home and office of the prosecutor, Gilda Mariani, who was appointed to the Manhattan district attorney’s office in 1984 and has headed its money laundering and tax crimes unit for two decades, officials said.

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