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Bronx Man Charged With Waving Gun at Two Women Is Detained In SDNY Magistrates Court

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SDNY COURTROOM Exclusive, March 10 – A Bronx man who served 51 months in prison for shooting at a man on Brook Avenue after a car accident has been arrested and detained again, for menacing two women in an apartment building in the South Bronx.         

       On March 10, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn held a detention proceeding. Inner City Press covered it, the only media in the Mag Court. 

   In the gallery were the man's girlfriend and her three young children. His Criminal Justice Act lawyer told Judge Netburn that the ammunition found in the apartment he had been living in may not have been his.

The apartment, she said, is under the name of the mother of his ex-girlfriend, who the lawyer said is a cocaine addict and "sleeps with a variety of men" to feed her habit. 

  The CJA lawyer said that for the armed menacing, the Bronx District Attorney has decided not to prosecute.

  But the standard of proof in Federal Violation of Supervised Release proceedings is lower.

Judge Netburn said that along with other SDNY judges she has inquired and found there is no requirement for arraignment on VOSRs.   She also said it was sad that the children were in court to hear this, that they were "a little young."

Judge Netburn ruled that the defendant will not be released, and that he can make his case before the District Judge in his 2017 case, Judge Lorna G. Schofield.


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