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In Multi Defendant Drug Case Another Release Only To Residence Outside Washington Heights

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell Book

SDNY COURT EXCLUSIVE, Feb 3 -  In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on January 25, as later on January 31, detention or bond proceedings were held, by Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave on multiple defendants arrested in an Upper Manhattan and Bronx drug case.

  Presented in Federal court on January 25 after arrest the day before were, among others, defendants Lazareth Paulino and Abreu. The latter was arrested outside an apartment on Ogden Avenue in The Bronx.

  After argument, he was ordered released on $100,000 bond to another apartment in The Bronx, on Bryant Avenue, after signatures by co-signers.

  By contrast, Lazareth Paulino who sought release to an apartment on Audubon Avenue four blocks from what the judge called "the set" was ordered detained, without prejudice to reapplying.

On January 31, another co-defendant in the case was before Magistrate Judge Jennifer E. Willis: Jonathan Rodriguez. His retained counsel said he is in withdrawal but could move 50 blocks south to the Harlem apartment of his girlfriend, who he named.

 The Assistant US Attorney, who had asked for detention, named four unindicted co-conspirators with who Rodriguez should not speak outside the presence of counsel.

  He was released on $100,000 bond and home detention.

 On February 3, another co-defendent Eddy Caminero appeared in Magistrates Court. Magistrate Judge Jennifer E. Willis said he can be released "once he located a residence, approved by the Government and Pre Trial Services, Outside of Washington Heights."

The case is now US v. Santos, et al., 22-cr-522 (Woods / Willis)



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