A 34-year-old resident of Binghamton received a federal prison sentence of 97 months for multiple charges related to drug trafficking and illegal firearm possession.

The sentencing of Dupray Jordan was announced by United States Attorney Carla B. Freedman, Bryan Miller - Special Agent in Charge of the New York Field Division of the ATF, and Sergeant Daniel VanWie of the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force (BCSIUTF).

Guilty Plea and Incriminating Evidence

In a previous guilty plea, Jordan confessed to possessing fentanyl and methamphetamine for distribution, along with a loaded .38 caliber revolver in a Binghamton apartment. During a search warrant execution on November 12, 2021, Jordan threw the firearm to the ground upon police entry. It was revealed that Jordan, as a convicted felon with a prior Assault in the Second Degree conviction in a New York state court, was prohibited from possessing firearms.

Sentencing and Supervised Release

Aside from the federal prison term, Dupray Jordan was also sentenced to a post-incarceration period of supervised release spanning over 3 years.

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Law Enforcement Cooperation

The investigation into this case was carried out by the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force, which includes members of the City of Binghamton Police Department, Broome County Sheriff’s Department, and Johnson City Police Department. Support was also provided by the ATF and the United States Postal Inspection Service, with the Broome County Metro SWAT Team aiding in executing the search warrant.

Prosecution and Collaborative Efforts

Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Southwick handled the prosecution as part of Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN). PSN is a nationwide initiative aimed at reducing violent crime and gun-related offenses by fostering community trust, supporting violence prevention programs, prioritizing enforcement strategies, and monitoring outcomes.

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