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Man Who Fired Gun From Car Onto 179 Street Gets 5 Years Amid Plan to Leave The Bronx

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell Book

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 24 -  In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on January 24, a sentencing proceeding was held by Judge Sarah L. Cave on a man for shooting a gun out of a car window into 179th Street in The Bronx back on March 21, 2021.

The defendant Michael Jackson was in detention, in the orange prison garb of the Westchester County Department of Corrections.

  The US Attorney's Office wanted 108 months or nine years, arguing that there was an intent to kill.

 Judge Schofield imposed a sentence of 60 months or five years. She said that while Jackson has spoken of wanting to leave The Bronx, she could foresee if there are further threats to him, he might be tempted to again take up a gun. You cannot go that, she said, and wished him well.

The case is US v. Jackson, 21-cr-386 (Schofield)



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