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Detained After SDNY Judge Parker Signed Warrant Now Jose Cruz Released to Father By Parker

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 13 – An arrest warrant was signed for one Jose Cruz on November 18, 2019 by U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Katherine H. Parker, on charges of conspiracy to distribute cocaine, marijuana and oxycodone. 

  Cruz was arrested, and before SDNY Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn on November 20 Cruz agreed to detention on consent, without prejudice to a later application for bail.  

On January 13, nearly two months later, Cruz applied for bail - to Magistrate Judge Parker, who has signed his arrest warrant. In support of his application his lawyer Richard Palma submitted a lease of an apartment on Marion Avenue in The Bronx, and the salaries of his father and sister in support of his $150,000 bond.

   Judge Parker ask his father, seated in the Magistrates Court gallery where Inner City Press was the only media, to stand up and come forward. She asked, Will you be a court appointed guardian, and tell Pre Trial Services if your son violates the conditions of his release?   Yes, the father said.

Judge Parker ordered Cruz released, and he smiled over at his father as the ruling was read out. There are conditions, including a visit of the Bronx apartment. The case is US v. Cruz, 19-cr-821 (Wood / Parker). 


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