New Windsor man pleads guilty in massive cocaine bust

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WALDEN -

A New Windsor man now faces up to 20-years in prison for what investigators say was the largest amount of cocaine ever seized in the Village of Walden.

Officials say they intercepted two packages from Terrance Burton last year that contained a total of four kilograms of cocaine.

The 38-year-old pleaded guilty to possessing more than 8-ounces of the drug. 

Burton will be sentenced in July.

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