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Brandon Gardner With High Speed Chase Alleged Writes To Judge About COVID Credit

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, August 24 – Brandon Gardner was arrested in 2017 for selling crack.

On April 17, 2020 he was brought up on charges of violating his Supervised Release in a high speed chase away from the police, in front of U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Inner City Press covered it.

  The US alleged that on March 14, 2020, Gardner "left the scene of a personal injury accident [and] led NYPD officers on a high speed chase and read-ended an occupied vehicle causing injury to the driver."

  While ultimately he was not remanded but made subject to a new Federal court date of June 19, if not for Coronavirus he might have been remanded.

Now in August 2021, with Gardner having pleaded guilty and now in Essex, he has written to Judge Cote: "I have researched recent sentences from SDNY and have become aware of 'COVID credits' being granted in many cases." He cites inadequate cleaning supplies. An AUSA status letter is due on December 17.

The case is US v. Gardner, 18-cr-317 (Cote).


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