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Reportedly, under the New York StateBail Reform Act, 122 consecutive shoplifters accused of pre-arrest were released again. ..
The New York Post reported on Wednesday that Lorenzo McClus (34) was stolen from the cosmetics department at Duane Reade on Lexington Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. He reported that he was released on his own initiative.
According to criminal accusations, police officers found in his possession a possible residue of pipe and cocaine, but he was charged with only two misdemeanors. } -Theft offense against shoplifting and criminal possession of drugs-about the case.
This year alone, McCrucas's 50th arrest so far, but for some reason, there were no other positive cases against him.
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Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg. (Barry Williams / New York Daily News / Tribune News Service via Getty Images)
Bragg's office demanded pretrial detention I told the post that it would be. However, the prosecutor may only request bail for certain misdemeanors from the suspect if there are other pending cases. Under the state'scontroversial bail reform law, it means that prosecutors and judges have joined hands.
May 31, 2020, File Photo shows Duane Reade looted in Manhattan after a massive anti-police atrocities march following the murder of George Floyd. (Braulio Jatar / SOAP Images / LightRocket via Getty Images)
McLucas is pre-guilty of two felony and 29 misdemeanors He has been sentenced and missed at least 20 courts. Appearance, according to the records obtained by the post.
Fox News Digital contacted Bragg's office on Thursday for additional comments.
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Bragg recently announced plans to partner with a business group Therefore, McClukas was released. Repeatedly prosecuting the criminal in shoplifting androbberycases.
Danielle Wallace is a FoxNews Digital reporter covering politics, crime, police and more. Story tips can be sent to danielle.wallace @ fox.com and Twitter (@danimwallace).