Former ‘Sopranos’ actor Lillo Brancato Jr. released from prison after eight years

Lillo Brancato Jr., released from prison on Dec. 31, 2013, after serving eight years for his role in the death of Daniel Enchantengui, an off-duty policeman. (Photo: YouTube screenshot)

Lillo Brancato Jr., released from prison on Dec. 31, 2013, after serving eight years for his role in the death of Daniel Enchantengui, an off-duty policeman. (Photo: YouTube screenshot)

 

 

 

Lillo Brancato Jr., 37, was released Tuesday from the Hudson Correctional Facility after serving eight years. He was convicted of a burglary in which his accomplice, Steven Armento, killed off-duty policeman, Daniel Enchautegui.

The actor was set for release in July but struck a deal which allowed him to be released early under strict conditions including five years’ parole and a 10 p.m. curfew. He is also barred from drinking and subject to drug testing. If he had waited until July, he would not have been placed on parole.

To read about the discovery, imprisonment and release of actor Lillo Brancato Jr., click here.

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