United States District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
Troy Rivetti, Esquire.
Jonathan B. Ortiz, Esquire.
Michael E. Moser, Esquire.
David Stewart Cercone United States District Judge.
AND NOW, this 18th day of July, 2014, upon consideration of defendant's "Motion for Detention Hearing, " which has been construed as an appeal/motion for reconsideration of  the order of January 17, 2014, entered by Magistrate Judge Mitchell, IT IS ORDERED that  the motion be, and the same hereby is, denied.
The January 17, 2014, order was entered after a detention hearing held on that date and directed that defendant be detained pending trial. Magistrate Judge Mitchell made the following findings in the order of detention:
Probable cause exists on the indictment of the grand jury based on wiretaps, surveillance, and controlled purchases;
There is a substantial likelihood of conviction in this matter, mandatory sentence of 10 years;
Defendant has an extensive criminal record, including the fact that he is presently on state probation and pretrial release and has federal armed bank robbery conviction;
He is also currently a bank robbery suspect;
Defendant has substance abuse problems;
Defendant has employment and family in the area;
Defendant has committed crimes while under supervision; [and]
The presumption of danger to the community and risk of flight [has ...