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Alleging Gun Sales By Maisonet US Attorney Urged Detention to Jan 30 But With 3 Kids Release Is Ordered

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 3 – Megan Maisonet, along with her husband Victor, is accused of selling guns for $750 apiece, mostly in The Bronx, from July 2019 to January 2020.

On January 28 Megan Maisonet had a bond hearing before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge James L. Cott.  

Assistant US Attorney Domenic Gentile was agreeing to release on bond but wanted it delayed until January 30, so that arrangements for GPS monitoring could be made.

     But reference was made to Maisonet's three children, and Judge Cott allowed her to be released on January 28, with the proviso that she called her assigned SDNY Pre-Trial Services officer daily until supervision is transferred to Pennsylvania.  

The complaint in the case is complaint with photographs of the sold guns and ammunition, with AFT - NYPD Joint Firearms Task Force logo, and the specifics of the observed gun sales on Williamsbridge Road and Silver Street in The Bronx. The case is US v. Maisonet, 20-mj-312 (Cott).


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