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Man Arrested Attempting To Sell Guns Pictured On Phone Released on $100,000 Bond in SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 8 – In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on September 8, a detention hearing was held by Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave concerning a defendant arrested trying to sell guns pictured on his phone.

 The Assistant US Attorney urged the detention of defendant Nunez, citing the presumption and saying he lied to Pre-Trial Services even about where he lives.

 But Nunez' Federal Defender, at that office 13 years, said he goes back and forth to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and that if Pre-Trial Services could not corroborate a bench warrant there, it might not exists. She urged that he not be kept in the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn during the COVID / Delta pandemic.
  Judge Cave agreed, at least on a delay. She said Nunez can be released on a $100,000 bond with two financially responsible co-signers and a home visit by Pre-Trial Services. Nunez will remain detained until then - but once out, if in compliance with conditions, he can re-apply for permission to travel to Harrisburg to Judge Cave. When asked the docket number was provided.

The case is US v. Nunez, 21-mj-8739 (Cave).


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