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Drug Conviction from 2013 Leads To Flight From Samaritan Daytop Village in 2020 July 2

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 19 – Andre Cunningham on June 18 admitted that he left Samaritan Village in violation of his supervised release. His lawyer said he's bi-polar. 

 This was before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Denise L. Cote. Inner City Press covered the proceeding.

 The underlying case goes all the way back to a 2013 narcotics conspiracy before then-Judge Shira A. Scheindlin.

Jump cut to February 5, 2020 when Judge Cote ordered that Cunningham "participate and successfully complete 90 days of rehabilitation services at Samaritan Daytop Village" in Jamaica, NY.  

On March 28, Cunningham asked to leave early due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

That was denied on April 2.

Now the sentencing is on July 2. The case US v. Cunningham, 13-cr-242 (Cote). 


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