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Balju van Polk County Grady Judd sounded off on video the department released Wednesday about the arrest of 51-year-old James Lewis on a New Jersey warrant for murder, ontvoering, motorkaping, en wapenaanklagte.

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I want to ask the state of New Jersey, how did that work for you, letting him out early?” Judd asked.

Lewis allegedly shot and killed a man on Sept. 18 in East Orange, New Jersey, during a carjacking. Essex County prosecutors said he then zip-tied the victim’s girlfriend and stole the vehicle with her still inside before crashing a short time later.

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said convicted murderer James Lewis was a "cold-blooded, vicious, evil murderer" and called on New Jersey to keep him locked up for good following his arrest in Florida on Tuesday in connection to another New Jersey murder.

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said convicted murderer James Lewis was acold-blooded, vicious, evil murdererand called on New Jersey to keep him locked up for good following his arrest in Florida on Tuesday in connection to another New Jersey murder. (Balju se kantoor in Polk County)

Lewis apparently fled to Florida, waar het die balju se kantoor gesê he was taken into custody without incident at a home in Winter Haven. Investigators obtained a search warrant and discovered evidence linked to the East Orange case inside the home.

If he had still been in prison from his original murder, then the other person that was murdered would still be alive,” Het Judd gesê. “You didn’t help the safety and security of New Jersey by letting this guy out.

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Lewis was previously convicted in 1989 on charges of homicide, robbery and possession of a weapon, serving 30 years of a 40-year prison sentence before his release in 2019, het die balju se kantoor gesê.

I’m mad at everyone who turns murderers out early, turns criminals out early,” Het Judd gesê. “I am over hearing people say, ‘Ag, we keep people housed too long.’ If you don’t keep prolific criminals and murderers locked up, they’re going to go back in the neighborhood and murder and victimize innocent people, whether it’s in New Jersey, Florida, or any other state.

James Lewis, 51, was arrested Tuesday in Florida on a New Jersey warrant for murder, ontvoering, motorkaping, en wapenaanklagte. Lewis was previously convicted of a 1989 homicide and served 30 years of his 40-year sentence.

James Lewis, 51, was arrested Tuesday in Florida on a New Jersey warrant for murder, ontvoering, motorkaping, en wapenaanklagte. Lewis was previously convicted of a 1989 homicide and served 30 years of his 40-year sentence. (Balju se kantoor in Polk County)

Judd told the state of New Jersey to talk to the victim’s family and ask them if it was a good idea to grant early release to Lewis, whom he called acold-blooded, vicious, evil murderer.

The reality of it is, shame on you for turning James Lewis out early on a murder charge,” het die balju gesê, referring to the Garden State.

Judd said that he hopes New Jersey will learn from its “fout” in releasing Lewis early and keep him locked up for the rest of his life.

Because if you don’t,” Het Judd gesê, “let me give you a news flash: he’ll murder again because that’s who he is.

Recent pushes for criminal justice reform and concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic have helped lead to the early release of some inmates.

In Augustus, another inmate serving time in New Jersey for burglary was freed early to parole supervision onpublic health emergency credits” weens die koronaviruspandemie. Hy was charged with murdering a teenager just two days after his release.

Earlier this year in California, the state gave 76,000 gevangenes, including violent and repeat felons, the opportunity to shorten their prison sentences by granting credits for good behavior.

Last month in New York, Goewerneur. Kathy Hochul ordered the immediate release van 191 inmates who were behind bars on Rikers Island for what she calledtechnicalviolations of their parole.

Within three weeks of Hochul’s action, at least nine of those released inmates have been rearrested, het die New York Post berig.

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