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In SDNY Hidalgo Faces 262 Months For Drugs He Never Took Degreed in Business Administration

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 3 – In a multi-defendants heroin and fentanyl conspiracy case about 501 East 167th Street in Washington Heights, yet another defendant was presented on January 3 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrates Court.

  He is Victor Hidalgo, and he has a bachelors degree in business administration. He told SDNY Magistrate Judge Steward D. Aaron that he has never taken drugs. But based on the weight of drugs he is charged with conspiring to sell, he faces a guideline of 262 to 326 months, with a 60 month mandatory minimum in his plea agreement.

     He will be sentenced by SDNY Chief Judge Colleen McMahon, but for now all he has is a control date of April 6. The case is US v. De Lima, 18-cr-802 (McMahon).


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