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Bronx Arrest Leads To Vineland NJ Stash House Now in SDNY 84 Months Then Deportation

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 5 – Jhancarlos Acosta-Liriano was arrested in connection with a drug stash house in Vineland, New Jersey following a lead from an arrest in The Bronx.  

On May 5, On May 5, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge P. Kevin Castel held a sentencing proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. 

 First up was whether the defendant was eligible for the safety valve, prior to his deportation. Judge Castel credited his fast admission to the drugs he had, and his "short but sincere" statement. 

 Judge Castel sentenced him to 84 months, followed by four years of supervised release, which will probably be superseded by deportation.

The case is USA v. Acosta-Liriano, 19-cr-500 (Castel) 


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