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In SDNY Yohanis Is Charged With Murder Of Nelson Ramos By 800 Soundview in The Bronx

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 12 – A defendant was charged with murdering Nelson Ramos near 800 Soundview Avenue in the Bronx earlier this year, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrates Court late on November 12, with Inner City Press the only media in the Mag court.

    Marquis Yohanis was told by Magistrate Judge Katharine H. Parker that he is subject to "special findings" with regard to Counts 6 and 7 of the indictment. After some research, Inner City Press found Sealed Superseding Indictment S2, which recounts in mere legalese the underlying death. We'll have more on this. The case is US v. Wilson, Crosby, Brito and Yohanis, 19-cr-625 (Furman / Parker).  

Back on April 30, police set up outside 931 East 181st Street in The Bronx at 6:20 am, hoping to catch domestic violence suspect Gilberto Minaya on his way to work. As he walked out then south on Daly Avenue they apprehended him from behind.   "You guys are good," he said. "I didn't see you coming."

   In Minaya's waistband, they found a gun, a .32 caliber Ceska-Zbrojovka semi-automatic, loaded and operable.

   Now on November 12, Minaya appeared before Magistrate Judge Katharine H. Parker of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York to plead guilty.

  He didn't have a plea deal but only a letter from the US Attorney's Office estimating that his sentencing guidelines, based on having this gun after being convicted of a felony in 2006, would be between 37 and 46 months.

    It is SDNY Chief Judge Colleen McMahon who will sentence him, on February 26. The case is US v. Minaya, 19-cr-487 (McMahon / Parker).


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