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Auburn man pleads guilty to selling cocaine to informant

An Auburn man has pleaded guilty and will spend time behind bars after a drug bust in March 2018.

The Citizen reports that 47-year-old Christopher Piedmont is expected to be sentenced to three years in prison.

He has pleaded guilty to a felony charge in connection with the sale of cocaine as part of the Finger Lakes Drug Task Force investigation.

In that incident back in March, he sold cocaine to an undercover informant for the Task Force.

The charge pleaded to is a felony criminal sale of a controlled substance count.

Sentencing will happen in March.

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