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Bronx Man Charged With Gunfire by Subway After 25 Years in Jail Has Release Order Stayed

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SDNY MAG COURT EXCLUSIVE, Nov 10 -  In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on November 10, a detention or bond proceeding was held by Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cave on a 68 year old defendant charged with twice recently shooting a gun on the streets of The Bronx.

  Inner City Press was there, the only media in the Mag Court.

 The defendant Walter Moore, according to the Assistant US Attorney, had fired a gun on June 14 by 4702 White Plains Road, under the elevated train. A bullet shattered the door of a bodega. It was three in the afternoon.

 Then, the AUSA said, Moore again fired a gun on September 19 in front of the building where he lives. He asked for detention.

  The Federal Defenders emphasized his age, and that he had just spent 10 years on New York State probation, without reported incident.

 Yes, the AUSA said, after serving 25 years in prison for hitting a woman with a pipe and throwing her out the windows.

 Judge Cave said that once Moore got a co-signer, and his house checked for installation of GPS tracking, he could be released.

 The AUSA asked a stay, in order to appeal. At first Judge Cave said a stay was unnecessary, since Moore will lacked the co-signer and home visit. But after some phone calls, the stayed was extended.

  Inner City Press will stay on the case. It is US v. Walter Moore, 22-mj-8937 (Cave).



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