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Sean Ludwick Held In Jail Without Bail After Judge Deems Him Serious Flight Risk

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Sean Ludwick appeared before State Supreme Court Justice Fernando Camacho in Central Islip for a bail hearing on Tuesday. Pool Victor Alcorn

Sean Ludwick appeared before State Supreme Court Justice Fernando Camacho in Central Islip for a bail hearing on Tuesday. Pool Victor Alcorn

Sean Ludwick appeared before State Supreme Court Justice Fernando Camacho in Central Islip for a bail hearing on Tuesday. Pool Victor Alcorn

Sean Ludwick appeared before State Supreme Court Justice Fernando Camacho in Central Islip for a bail hearing on Tuesday. Pool Victor Alcorn

Sean Ludwick appeared in State Supreme Court in Suffolk County on Tuesday. Pool Edward Betz

Sean Ludwick appeared in State Supreme Court in Suffolk County on Tuesday. Pool Edward Betz

Sean Ludwick appeared in State Supreme Court in Suffolk County on Tuesday. Pool Edward Betz

Sean Ludwick appeared in State Supreme Court in Suffolk County on Tuesday. Pool Edward Betz

Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota was at Sean Ludwick's court appearance on Tuesday. ALISHA STEINDECKER

Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota was at Sean Ludwick's court appearance on Tuesday. ALISHA STEINDECKER

Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota was at Sean Ludwick's court appearance on Tuesday. ALISHA STEINDECKER

Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota was at Sean Ludwick's court appearance on Tuesday. ALISHA STEINDECKER

Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota was at Sean Ludwick's court appearance on Tuesday. ALISHA STEINDECKER

Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota was at Sean Ludwick's court appearance on Tuesday. ALISHA STEINDECKER

Chief Of The Vehicular Crime Bureau John Scott Prudenti. ALISHA STEINDECKER

Chief Of The Vehicular Crime Bureau John Scott Prudenti. ALISHA STEINDECKER

authorAlisha Steindecker on Jan 26, 2016
Sean Ludwick was sent to the Suffolk County Jail without the possibility of bail on Tuesday after prosecutors convinced a judge that he was a flight risk, saying he made... more

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