Scattered Clouds 39° Good Morning
Scattered Clouds 39° Good Morning

Sandy Annabi facing up to 17 years in prison

YONKERS - Federal prosecutors are asking that former Yonkers Councilwoman Sandy Annabi be sentenced to a minimum of 14 years in prison for her conviction in a federal corruption case.

Annabi and her co-defendant, former Yonkers Republican party leader Zehy Jereis, were convicted in March. They are scheduled to be sentenced on Monday in federal court in Manhattan. Prosecutors are seeking a prison term of at least 11 years for Jereis.

They also want both defendants to repay Annabi's entire salary of eight years as councilwoman. That could total more than $300,000.Annabi is scheduled to be sentenced on Monday, Nov. 19.

Annabi, Jereis lawyers file to appeal corruption convictionsProsecutors try to stop overturning of Annabi convictionsFederal judge delays sentencing of Annabi, JereisSen. Spano joins a slew of corrupt HV officials in prisonEx-Sen. Spano's storied career ends with prison timeAnnabi hires new lawyer to fight convictionAnnabi set to be sentenced in September

More news

Sorry to interrupt...

Your first 5 are free

Access to Newsday is free for Optimum customers.

Please enjoy 5 complimentary views to articles, photos, and videos during the next 30 days.