The victims of a May home invasion in Westchester County were a former UBS co-head of U.S. mergers and acquisitions and his wife, according to press accounts.
Last Thursday, the Department of Justice announced charges against a Bartek Zajkowski, a Polish national the government accused of accosting two victims during a home invasion in Bedford Hills. According to a criminal complaint, Mr. Zajkowski encountered his male victim outside the house, binding the man with duct tape and plastic ties before seeking valuables inside; there, he encountered the first victim’s wife, who he shot in the stomach with a BB gun.
While the Justice Department didn’t identify the couple, Bedford police told Newsday that the victims were Leonardo “Lee” LeBrun and his wife Lara; LoHud.com identified Mr. LeBrun as a former co-head of M&A for UBS Americas. Mr. LeBrun retired from the Swiss bank in May 2011 at the age of 44 to spend more time with his family. Read More