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In SDNY Jabron Green Pled to Crack Gets 5 Year Minimum After Loan Shark Got 37 Months

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 22– Jabron Green was charged in July 2019 with conspiracy to distribute 280 grams of more of crack cocaine. On January 27, 2020 he pled guilty to 28 grams, with a mandatory minimum sentence of five years. 

  U.S. District Court for the Souther District of New York Magistrate Judge James L. Cott took Green's plea in the course of 20 minutes, then asked if Chief Judge Colleen McMahon has set a sentencing date. She has not, so a control date of June 26, 2020 was set.

  Not mentioned was Green's co-defendant Charles Kenyatta, whose guilty plea to "extortionate extension of credit" on January 17, 2020 Inner City Press also covered. Kenyatta, pled guilty only to loan sharking and not to crack, has no mandatory minimum sentence, and get a stipulated guideline of 37 to 46 months.

Now on September 22, 2021, this: "Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge Colleen McMahon: Sentencing held on 9/22/2021 for Jabron Green (2) Count 1s. Defendant is sentenced to a term of imprisonment of SIXTY (60) MONTHS. The Court recommends that BOP's first consideration when designating defendant be defendant's medical conditions, and that he be placed in a BOP medical facility; if BOP is unable to place defendant in a medical facility, the Court recommends that defendant be placed in a BOP facility in the New York Metropolitan area, to facilitate family visitation. Defendant will voluntarily surrender to begin service of his sentence, before 2:00 p.m., on Monday January 24, 2022. Defendant=s term of imprisonment will be followed by a FOUR (4) YEAR term of Supervised Release. The Court recommends that the defendant be supervised in the district of residence."

 The overall case is US v. Hudson, et al., 19-cr-496 (McMahon / Cott).


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