Prosecutors tell Trump Org. executive Matthew Calamari they don't intend to bring charges for now

(CNN) Manhattan prosecutors have informed top Trump Organization executive Matthew Calamari that they do not intend to charge him for now with any crimes as part of their wide-ranging investigation into the former President's company, according to people familiar with the investigation.
Prosecutors with the Manhattan district attorney's office had been investigating Calamari, the chief operating officer of the Trump Organization, for off-books compensation that he received as a top executive, including a company-funded apartment and car, and whether he paid taxes on those benefits.
Informing Calamari that he will not be charged, at least for now, suggests a different tactic than prosecutors trying to "flip" him to gain his cooperation.
The decision not to pursue charges against Calamari at this time comes as prosecutors have sharpened their focus on the Trump Organization and how it valued certain assets, including office towers and golf courses, and whether it inflated those values to obtain loans or receive tax benefits while lowering those values for tax payment purposes, CNN has reported.