There is a loophole that may allow the man who killed Assemblyman Nelson Albano’s son to be released from jail early to a half way house. Albano, along with State Senator Jeff Van Drew and Assemblyman Matt Milam held a press event to call for these types of loopholes to be closed. Albano can’t introduce the bill because of his personal interests, but Van Drew and Milam plan to lead the charge and say they have additional support. The “No Early Release Act” is supposed to make certain criminals stay behind bars for at least 85 percent of their sentence before parole is an option. This residential community release program would allow Carlos Rosado to be released from jail prior to the completion of the 85 percent.