NYC Release 375 prisoners during car theft

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NYC Release 375 prisoners during car theft

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) boasts of the number of inmates leaving prison in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis while carriages took place in the city.

While New York now has about 40,000 coronavirus cases and about 400 deaths, de Blasio lamented the growing number of prisoners he released, saying that by Friday morning, about 375 would have been released from city prisons and jails. .

“The prison population of the city is 4,906. They are the few detainees we have held in prisons since 1949, “de Blasio wrote on Twitter.” At night, the number of prisoners released in response to the COVID-19 crisis will increase from 200 to 375. We will continue to address this in as safely as possible. “

At the same time, while New Yorkers are ordered to stay home, the big larceny car has exploded during the pandemic. In the last week alone, big auto larceny increased by more than 51 percent in New York City from the 2019 total.

This week of last year, there were less than 70 cases of car larceny. This year, there have been 103 cases of large larceny cars March 16-22. Over the past month, large larceny car cases increased nearly 80 percent in New York City over the same period in 2019.

While it’s good news that general crime fell this week, it’s very important that the Grand Larceny Auto rose 51.5% when the overwhelming majority of New Yorkers are home with their cars. Cops cannot stay home because criminals do not. pic.twitter.com/FY9lHJznDe

– NYC PBA (@NYCPBA) March 25, 2020

Apart from de Blasio’s release from prisoners considered “nonviolent,” New York’s bail reform law has made it impossible for police and judges to be held in prison before trial if they have been charged with a series. offenses considered “nonviolent”. “

These offenses include:

  • 2nd degree of theft of a residence
  • Second-degree robbery as a hate crime
  • Third-degree robbery of a commercial building
  • Third degree burglary as a hate crime
  • 2nd degree Robbery aided by someone else
  • Second-degree burglary as a hate crime
  • Third degree burglary
  • Criminal sale of a controlled substance (multiple counts)
  • Using a child to commit a controlled substance crime
  • Criminal possession of a controlled substance (multiple counts)
  • Criminal sale of a controlled substance in or near a school
  • Criminal injection of a controlled substance into another person
  • Criminal sale of a controlled substance to a child
  • Criminal sale of a prescription for a controlled substance by a pharmacist
  • Criminal possession or creation of methamphetamines
  • 3rd grade Assault
  • 3rd degree assault as a hate crime
  • Careless assault of a child by a day care provider
  • Reckless aggression of a child
  • Approach (various counts)
  • Assault as a hate crime (multiple counts)
  • Vehicle Assault (multiple counts)
  • Aggressive Vehicle Aggression
  • Aggression Aggression to a child under 11 years
  • Aggression Aggression against a child under 11 as a hated child
  • Threat (multiple counts)
  • Threat as hate crime (multiple counts)
  • Reckless endangerment (various counts)
  • Promote an attempted suicide
  • First degree Stalking while committing a sex crime
  • Criminal obstruction of breathing
  • Criminally negligent homicide
  • 2nd degree car kill
  • Aggravated vehicle killing
  • 2nd degree slaughter
  • Illegal prison (various counts)
  • Illegal prison as hate crime (multiple counts)
  • It deals with aggravated work
  • Custody interference (multiple counts)
  • Substitution of children
  • Coercion (multiple counts)
  • Coercion as a hate crime (multiple counts)
  • Criminal trespass (multiple counts)
  • Criminal trespass as a hate crime (multiple counts)
  • Possession of tools against theft
  • Illegal possession of a police scanner
  • Criminal embezzlement (multiple counts)
  • Criminal embezzlement as a hate crime (multiple counts)
  • Criminal modification (multiple counts)
  • Cemetery desecration (multiple counts)
  • Aggravated Graveyard Determination (Multiple Counts)
  • Reckless endangering of property
  • Exchange with a consumer product (multiple accounts)
  • Graffiti
  • Possession of Graffiti tools
  • 3rd grade Arson
  • 4th grade Arson
  • 5th grade Arson
  • 3rd grade Arson as a hate crime
  • 4th grade Arson as a hate crime
  • 5th grade Arson as a hate crime
  • Grand Larceny (multiple counts)
  • Grand Larceny in a hate crime (multiple counts)
  • Grand Larceny engraving of an ATM
  • Little Larceny
  • Little Larceny as a hate crime
  • Computer Modification (Multiple Counts)
  • Computer trespass
  • Unauthorized use of a computer
  • Illegal duplication of computer materials (multiple counts)
  • Wellness fraud (multiple counts)
  • Criminal use of the public benefit card (multiple counts)
  • Criminal possession of public benefit card (multiple counts)
  • Unauthorized use of a vehicle (multiple counts)
  • Automatic withdrawal (multiple counts)
  • Theft of services
  • Unauthorized use of credit card
  • Jostling
  • Fraudulent access
  • Criminal possession of stolen property (multiple counts)
  • Falsification (multiple counts)
  • Criminal possession of a counterfeit instrument (multiple counts)
  • Criminal possession of counterfeit devices
  • Criminal possession of a vehicle identification number
  • Counterfeit a vehicle identification number
  • Falsification of business records (multiple counts)
  • Exchange with public records (multiple counts)
  • Offering a Fake Instrument to Present (Multiple Accounts)
  • Insurance fraud (multiple accounts)
  • Health Insurance Fraud (multiple counts)
  • Criminal diversion of prescription drugs (multiple counts)
  • Commercial bribe (multiple counts)
  • I rent Gouging (multiple accounts)
  • Residential Mortgage Fraud (Multiple Counts)
  • Aggravated Identity Theft (Multiple Counts)
  • Bribe (multiple counts)
  • Damage (multiple counts)
  • Bail jump (multiple counts)
  • Government administration obstruction (multiple counts)
  • Obstruct government administration with a self-defense spray device
  • Killing a police dog or a police horse
  • Obstruct emergency medical services
  • Obstruct government services with a bomb
  • Escape (various counts)
  • Promote Prison Smuggling (Multiple Counts)
  • Resisting arrest
  • Dismiss accusation (multiple counts)
  • Make a false affidavit
  • Bribe a witness
  • Receive a bribe as a witness
  • Jury bribe
  • He receives a bribe as a jury
  • Provide a jury free of charge
  • Interest of a jury (multiple counts)
  • Physical evidence interest
  • Compose a crime
  • First-degree criminal contempt: Refuses to be sworn in as a witness
  • 2nd degree criminal contempt
  • ALL gambling offenses
  • ALL crimes of prostitution
  • Supply of indecent material to minors (multiple counts)
  • Riot (multiple counts)
  • Criminal anarchy
  • Harassment (multiple counts)
  • Harassment as a hate crime (multiple counts)
  • Aggravated Harassment (Multiple Counts)
  • Aggravating Harassment as a Crime of Hate (Multiple Counts)
  • Aggravated harassment of an employee by an intern
  • Criminal discomfort (multiple counts)
  • False reporting of a crime
  • Aiming a laser on an airplane (multiple counts)
  • Harm a service animal (multiple counts)
  • Public gaps
  • Illegal escape island
  • Dissemination of illegal surveillance (multiple counts)
  • No child support (multiple counts)
  • Endangering the well-being of a child
  • Helps in female genital mutilation
  • Endangering the well-being of an incompetent or physically disabled person
  • Endangering the well-being of an elderly person in a vulnerable situation
  • Endangering the well-being of a disabled person (multiple counts)
  • Promote obscene sexual performance by a child
  • Possession of obscene sexual performance by a child
  • Promote sexual performance by a child
  • Possess a sexual performance by a child
  • 4th degree Criminal possession of a weapon
  • Criminal possession of a weapon on the school grounds
  • Criminal possession of a firearm
  • 3rd degree Criminal possession of a weapon
  • Criminal purchase or disposal of a weapon
  • Illegally wearing body vest
  • Illegally fleeing a police officer in a vehicle (multiple counts)
  • Business corruption
  • Money laundering (multiple accounts)
  • Terrorism Support Money Laundering (Multiple Counts)
  • Corrupt government (multiple counts)
  • Criminal application (multiple counts)
  • Conspiracy (multiple counts)
  • Conspiracy as a hate crime (multiple counts)
  • Criminal facilitation (multiple counts)

The bail reform law allows criminal defendants to inspect their own crime scenarios with their lawyers and mandates, which the prosecutor’s office gives all established witness names to testify against a defendant within two weeks of his arrest.

This specific provision has already been attributed to the murder of a 36-year-old witness who was expected to testify against members of the MS-13 gang in a criminal trial. The murder occurred after the witness’s name was given to attorneys representing the defendant.

Federally, a group of 14 Republican and Democratic senators have called on the Justice Department to release crimes in federal prison 60 years and older. His letter states that this particular group of felons is at risk of contracting the coronavirus to prison, so it should be released early.

John Binder is a Breitbart News reporter. Follow him on Twitter at @JxhnBinder.