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Supervisee on Meth Has Violations In Abeyance As Checks Into BASICS In The Bronx Dec 22

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 21 – Michael Whitaker, having been charged with bank fraud and identity theft, has been out on supervised release but having problems with meth. 

   On December 21, 2020 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge William H. Pauley held a violation of supervised release proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. 

  It was explained that the specification could be held in abeyance if Whitaker enters a 90 day in-patient drug program, at BASICS on Franklin Avenue in the Bronx, beginning December 22. Whitaker agreed.

Judge Pauley told him to be sure to respond to his probation officer's texts and calls, and wished him well.

The case is US v. Whitaker, 17-cr-358 (Pauley)


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