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Man For Sales of Fentanyl on 142 & Malcolm X Is Released But Cannot Visit That Corner

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SDNY MAG COURT EXCLUSIVE, April 27-  In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on April 27, a detention or release proceeding was held by Magistrate Judge Jennifer Willis on a man arrested and charged with selling 700 grams of fentanyl on 142th Street and Malcolm X in Harlem.

The Assistant US Attorney said he is a danger to the community. The Federal Defender asked if that's so, why did the government wait since the last sale in January until now to make the arrest?

  Inner City Press covers the SDNY Magistrates Court as it has The Bronx, sometimes as the only media in the gallery, as it was on April 27.

  Judge Willis said this defendant Carlton Williams was by no means a flight risk, nor a danger to the community should that conditions of release could not be found. He was released, but ordered not to go to one block of 142d Street. There will be GPS.

     This case is US v. Williams, 22-mj-3656 (Willis)



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