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DID DENROY MORGAN ENTER A PLEA DEAL?

Posted: January 24, 2012
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The case against veteran singer Denroy Morgan in the Bronx Supreme Court was dismissed yesterday, after federal prosecutors in Manhattan filed an indictment charging Denroy with distribution and possession of marijuana.

The feds accused the patriarch of the famous Morgan siblings of scheming to sell more than 350 pounds of ganja.

Denroy Morgan who is known for his 1981 mega hit “I’ll Do Anything for You” was busted last year after allegedly leaving a Bronx stash house with a garbage bag stuffed with 25 pounds of marijuana.

According to reports, court records show that the singer’s defense lawyer has been negotiating a possible plea deal.

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