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Jesse Phillips Twice Robbed Same Bronx Store Clerk SDNY Berman Says Granting 25K Bail

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 22 – Jesse Phillips is accused of robbing the same store clerk at 3404 Jerome Avenue in the Bronx on October 2019 and January 2020, the first time after displaying a knife for $150, the second threatening a gun for $60 more.  

On January 22 the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York agreed that Phillips should be released with a bail package of a $25,000 personal recognizance bond. Assistant US Attorney Thomas Burnett added that Phillips should "stay away from 3404 Jerome Avenue."  

SDNY Chief Magistrate Judge Gabriel W. Gorenstein quizically quoted that back, "Stay away?"

AUSA Burnett offered a longer phrase, "Not be permitted."   

Judge Gorenstein paused, then said he was ordering release because that US Attorney had agreed to it because "the Government agreed and I assume they have their reasons." He wrote on the Bail Disposition sheet, "D Not to enter 3404 Jerome Avenue." The proceeding took five minutes. It is US v. Phillips, 20-mj-2017 (Gorenstein).


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