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.