ABC7 NEWS SARASOTA (WWSB) REPORTS SHORT VERSION OF NEWTOWN THUG CEDRICK LEE TAYLOR A ARMED CAREER CRIMINAL- Today a U.S. District judge sentenced Cedrick Lee Taylor OF Sarasota to 15 years in federal prison for possessing a firearm and ammunition as a convicted felon. The court also ordered Taylor to forfeit the firearm and ammunition he used during the offense. Taylor had pleaded guilty on March 14, 2018. According to court documents, at approximately 1:00 a.m. on July 15, 2017, a deputy from the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office initiated a traffic stop of a vehicle after smelling the odor of marijuana emanating from it at 2700 Palmadelia Ave Newtown.
Taylor was a passenger in that car. After ordering the occupants out of the car for a vehicle search, the deputy observed a red bag on the floor near where Taylor had been sitting. The deputy also noticed small baggies that contained a white powdery substance near the red bag. The deputy searched the red bag and discovered a loaded firearm and loose ammunition. Taylor later admitted to possessing the firearm. At the time, Taylor had several prior felony convictions and, therefore, was prohibited from possessing firearms or ammunition.
Newtown Section of Sarasota home base for kidnapping, murders, drug sales and violence 24/7. Time for the FBI and ATF to step in with "Armed Career Criminal Act" and lock em up for good. The Department of Justice’s Project Safe Neighborhoods program – a nationwide, gun–violence reduction strategy led by the ATF. The ATF is coordinating the Project Safe Neighborhoods effort here in the Middle District of Florida in cooperation with federal (FBI), state, and local law enforcement officials. The Armed Career Criminal Act of 1984 (ACCA) is a United States federal law that provides sentence enhancements for felons who commit crimes with firearms, if convicted of certain crimes three or more times they can receive a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
The Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA), visits a 15- year mandatory Federal minimum term of imprisonment upon anyone who violates Section 922(g), having been convicted three times previously of a violent felony or serious drug offense, like . ... More often than not, the prior convictions are for violations of state law, in this case Sarasota and Manatee County Florida
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