Former state Senate leader Dean Skelos has been moved from prison to home custody due to the coronavirus pandemic, federal prosecutors informed a judge Tuesday in a new court filing.
“Representatives of the Bureau of Prisons have informed the Government that Dean Skelos was released from FCI Otisville earlier today on furlough, and that he will begin his term of home confinement on April 30, 2023,” wrote Assistant US Attorney Audrey Strauss in a letter to Judge Kimba Wood.
The corrupt pol was convicted at trial in 2018 of strong-arming companies into providing do-nothing jobs and consulting gigs to his son, Adam. Skelos was sentenced to a little over four years.
- “Chioma has moved out, Off to Igboland” – Kemi Olunloyo claims Chioma Rowland has moved out of Davido’s house
- ‘I miss playing and training’ – Juventus star Dybala admits reaction after coronavirus diagnosis
- Charles Oakley sends support to Patrick Ewing after coronavirus diagnosis
- Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott ‘still can’t workout’ after coronavirus diagnosis
- Rudy Gobert still has smelling issue months after coronavirus diagnosis
- Nick Kyrgios rips Novak Djokovic after coronavirus diagnosis: ‘Don’t @ me’
- Derek Chauvin, cop charged in George Floyd death, moved to maximum-security prison
- Wakili: Three OPC members remanded in prison custody after being arraigned for arson and murder
- Bournemouth’s Ramsdale shocked by coronavirus diagnosis
- Watford’s Mariappa shocked by coronavirus diagnosis