Rochester Man Sentenced in Bail Jumping Case
ROCHESTER, N.Y.-- U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced today that Tryn Parker, 40, of Rochester, N.Y., who was convicted of failing to surrender for the service of a sentence, was sentenced to 18 months in prison by U.S. District Judge David G. Larimer.
Assistant U.S. Attorneys Marisa J. Miller and Tiffany H. Lee, who handled the case, stated that the defendant was convicted of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and sentenced by Judge Larimer to a prison term in August 2010. At Parker’s request, the Court allowed the defendant to remain released on bail, on the condition that Parker surrender himself to the United States Marshals Service or the Bureau of Prisons for service of his sentence. The defendant failed to surrender at the designated time and facility. Thereafter, in February 2011, the defendant was arrested in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where he was found to be using false identification. This sentence will run concurrent to the original sentence of 30 months in prison.
The sentencing is the culmination of an investigation on the part of the United States Marshals Service, under the direction of Marshal Charles Salina.