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Man Who Cut Off His GPS Monitor After Being Released April 15 Is Now Detained on June 2

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SDNY MAG COURT EXCLUSIVE, June 2 -  In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on June 2, a detention or release proceeding was held by Magistrate Judge Barbara C. Moses on a defendant who, after being released on April 15, cut off his GPS bracelet and went missing.

A warrant for his arrest was signed on May 26. On June 2, Inner City Press was there, and live tweeted here:

The Federal Defender is requesting re-release on bail.

FD: Mr Garcia cut off his bracelet, yes. 

Judge: Every time you turn around he's committing a robbery, the US says.

FD: He's getting a job in Bed-Stuy. He is trying.

Judge: He has warring impulses. But that was his last chance. You will be detained.

    The referenced job was with a basketball tournament in a Bed-Stay park. The next conference is before Judge Engelmayer in July.

     This case is US v. Garcia, 22-cr-274 (Engelmayer / Moses)



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