Typo Leads to Man’s Release from Prison

Calvin Eugene Wells

A drug dealer is off on yet another technicality.  The “pusher”,  Calvin Eugene Wells, got a break when a clerk typed in the wrong information specified in his original case.  The man initially received 10 years for possession of crack cocaine, but the form read that he was in possession of “exceeding ten one hundred (100) grams” which makes absolutely no sense.

The offense is different based on this wording and he should’ve only received one year.  But even after the dust settled on this case and he was released after doing four years, the fool had troubles in New Jersey that he hadn’t faced.

See how the plot thickens on this case here.

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