CHARLOTTE (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – A Charlotte man who was out on supervised release for a murder sentence is back in prison following a domestic disturbance, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina announced.
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Josue Aldana, 28, of Charlotte, was found guilty by a federal jury on Tuesday following a two-day trial and is set to be sentenced.
In April 2021 while out on supervised release for a murder sentence, Aldana was found at the scene of a domestic disturbance incident that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police had responded to.
A gun and ammunition were discovered and two days later during a search of his Matthews apartment, drugs, and digital scales were found, documents showed.
Aldana was charged with possession of guns as a convicted felon.