Think: Donald Carrick, machinist
the sea: Patricia Bailey.
Marriages: Hala (Nausea) Carrick (1998-present); Jacqueline Lerena (1983-1992, divorced); Linda Hales (1978-1983, divorced)
Children: With Halla Carrick: Celine, Angelina; With Jacqueline Lerena: Joseph
Education: Empire State College, State University of New York, BS, 2002
Military Services: US Army, 1974-1977
Carrick’s mother left the family when he was a child. Years later, Carrick discovered she was a prostitute who could be killed.
He has a black belt in karate.
1986 – He joins the New York City Police Department.
1994 – He joins the New York City Department of Corrections.
1998-2000 – Commissioner of the New York City Department of Corrections.
21 August 2000 – 31 December 2001 – He serves as the New York City Police Commissioner.
2002 – He joins the board of Teaser International.
December 3, 2004 – Bush appointed Carrick as secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.
December 10, 2004 – He withdraws his nomination due to possible tax violations and the questionable immigration status of a former housekeeper.
December 22, 2004 – He announced his resignation as senior vice president of Giuliani Partners.
2005 – Establishes Carrick Group LLC, a crisis and risk management consulting firm.
June 30, 2006 – He pleaded guilty to deontological violations related to gifts he received while leading the Department of Corrections. Carrick has been fined for accepting $165,000 in gifts from a construction company.
December 29, 2008 – He pleaded not guilty to the revised indictment, which includes two new charges of aiding and abetting the filing of false statements and making false statements when applying for a home loan.
20 October 2009 – Carrick has been jailed for contempt for leaking classified evidence.
October 2012 – He testified at the perjury trial of Frank and Peter DiTomaso, contractors accused of lying during a 2006 grand jury investigation into renovation work on Carrick’s apartment. Frank DiTomaso was later found not guilty, while his brother was found guilty of two counts…