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Compassionate release denied

A federal judge has denied a request for compassionate release from prison from an inmate who was convicted of possession of child pornography. Defendant Anthony C. Howe Sr. previously filed a two-paragraph motion seeking release. U.S. District Court Judge David ...

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Inmates denied compassionate release

A federal judge has denied requests from three prison inmates seeking compassionate release because of fears of contracting COVID-19. U.S District Court Judge David G. Larimer released decisions in three cases, denying the motions from Alfredo Maldonado, Jessie McIntyre and ...

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Compassionate release denied second time

A federal prison inmate has had his motion for compassionate released due to the COVID-19 pandemic denied for a second time. Defendant Sofonzia Mack, 39, was convicted in September 2019 of a narcotics charge and being a felon in possession ...

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Inmate denied release

U.S. District Court Judge David G. Larimer has denied a request from a prison inmate to be released because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Defendant Julie Cota pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and was sentenced on August 29, 2019, ...

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Request for release denied

A federal judge has denied a request from a prison inmate asking to be released because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Defendant Kurt Redance initially filed a pro se motion seeking early release from Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Allenwood Low in ...

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Drug dealer sentenced to 67 months

U.S. District Court Judge David G. Larimer has sentenced a Rochester man convicted of drug trafficking charges to more than 5 ½ years in prison. Lorenzo Watson, 29, was convicted of possessing with intent to distribute cocaine, and possession of ...

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Judge rejects motions for compassionate release

U.S. District Court Judge David G. Larimer has denied requests from four prison inmates seeking release because of COVID-19. In separate motions, the defendants — Albert M. Ranieri, Steve Gray, Tremec Jeffries, and Chris Kimball — all sought to be ...

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