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Ex-NYPD Cop Targeted Small Business and Coerced Them to Give Her Money to Avoid Legal Troubles; Arrested for Extortion Scheme in New York

Ex-NYPD Cop Targeted Small Business and Coerced Them to Give Her Money to Avoid Legal Troubles; Arrested for Extortion Scheme in New York

A former police officer from New York, who has since become an Instagram model, and her alleged partner have been taken into custody for their involvement in an extortion scheme targeting a small business, according to authorities.

According to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, Ally Thueson, 33, has been accused of attempting to extort money from the owner of a cosmetology business by threatening to make false statements.

According to News12, she was apprehended along with Elizabeth Sloanhoffer, 33, who was reportedly collaborating with Thueson.

According to reports, the business owner paid a sum of $9,000 to the women who were said to have demanded it, in order to prevent any potential issues.

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The Orange County Sheriff’s Office claims that the duo made threats to spread false information, report fictitious business violations to the New York State Board of Cosmetology, and file complaints with the US Department of Labor, accusing the business of creating employee violations.

The women have been charged by the Orange County White Collar Crime task force with grand larceny and coercion. Both individuals were released on an appearance ticket.

Thueson, who was previously employed as an Orange County Sheriff’s deputy and later as a police officer in the town of Woddbury, found herself in handcuffs, as revealed by prosecutors.

She decided to end her career at the Woodbury Police Department in 2021 as per The Independent.

Thueson later pursued a career in modeling and gained recognition as a nominee for a prestigious Maxim Magazine Covergirl contest in 2022.

“Small business owners should be able to operate without being subjected to threats that could harm their reputation,” stated District Attorney David M. Hoovler. These purported illegal activities are the precise kinds of offenses that frequently evade detection and are brought to light through the diligent efforts of the Task Force, a collaborative initiative established in March 2023 to bolster the scrutiny and legal pursuit of public corruption and financial crimes.

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