Being away from the notebook most of the day for two days caused me not to update until now …
Wright must wear an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet so that federal probation officers can keep tabs on his whereabouts, Mordue ruled.
After serving six years in prison, Wright went to Bryant & Stratton, earned an associate’s degree, and got a job selling cars for Lowery Brothers Chrysler Jeep. Syracuse.com / The Post-Standard published a story about Wright’s successes on June 14. He was fired by the car dealership the next day.
In court, Wright told the judge that he had a dozen other job offers following the news of his firing. He plans to speak with his probation officer about those offers, and the Lowery job, to figure out which would be best for his future.
Good luck, Quante.