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Marcos Limon Alvarado Charged With Fentanyl Detained on Consent For Lack of Phone

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, March 6 -- Marcos Limon Alvarado is charged with selling two kilograms of fentanyl to an undercover agent; he was presented in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrates Court on March 5. 

 Many arguments for release on bail were succesful that day, but most of them involved defendants signing bonds and finding one or more financially responsible persons to co-sign.   

Marcos Limon Alvarado, on the other hand, did not have access even indirectly to his cell phone. His Federal Defender said as much, when she agreed to detention on consent at 7 pm on March 5. It was without prejudice, for when the contacts in his phone become available. The case is US v. Limon Alvarado, 20-mj-2582 (Fox).


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