One of the key figures in massive cocaine pipeline that ran through Cortland will spend up to 8 years in prison.
On Tuesday, Kamar Davidson who was arrested in connection with a large coke bust in 2012 that saw the arrest of nearly 40 individuals on possession and conspiracy charges was sentenced in Cortland County Court.
The cocaine network ran from New York City to Buffalo with ties to New Jersey and Puerto Rico.
Davidson oversaw the network. He managed to elude arrest until he was picked up on a minor charge and authorities realized he was wanted in Cortland County.
Davidson pleaded guilty to a felony count of criminal sale of a controlled substance. In addition to the eight-year prison sentence, he faces 5 years of the post-release supervision.