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LIBERTY, N.Y. -- A Liberty man faces up to 10 years in state prison after he admitted to selling cocaine to an undercover police officer in the village back in February.
According to the Sullivan County District Attorney’s office, Raymond Copeland, 37, pleaded guilty to criminal sale of a controlled substance and criminal possession of a weapon Monday. The DA says Copeland also admitted to the possession of an illegal and loaded handgun that was recovered at his Lake Street home in March. Police say they also found cocaine, marijuana, more than 100 rounds of ammunition and roughly $650 in cash.
Copeland is scheduled to be sentenced in February.