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Man on Supervised Release For Bronx Death Pleads To Crack Sale Gets Year and Supervision

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 19 – Tyrone Glynn was sentenced for 84 months for the death of Heriberto Diaz at 3125 Park Avenue in The Bronx. He is out on supervised release.

 On December 23 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge William H. Pauley III held a violation of supervised release proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. 

 The charges included selling crack. Several times Glynn held a break-out with his CJA lawyer.

He agreed to admit to specifications 7 and 8; the AUSA had agreed to seek one year in prison for that.   

Judge Pauley said he would impose that sentence, but insisted on continued supervised release: two years.

The case is US v. Glynn, 08-cr-46 (Pauley)


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