Geneva man pleads guilty to trafficking drugs from California to Ontario County, faces 10+ years in prison –
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A Geneva man has pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to distribute cocaine.
Rudolph Brumfield, 36, of Geneva also pleaded guilty to a firearms possession charge as a convicted felon.
The please deal was announced by prosecutors in the Western District of New York.
Brumfield faces a minimum of 10 years in prison with a maximum sentence of life in prison.
Sentencing is scheduled for July.
Brumfield was the leader of a cocaine-trafficking organization in Geneva and other parts of Ontario County, according to prosecutors. The network ran across the United States- with Brumfield obtaining cocaine from sources in California.
When a search warrant was executed in the city- more than $161,000 in cash, as well as 2.7 kilograms of cocaine, as well as 69 grams of crack cocaine was recovered.
He was previously convicted in 2006 and 2012 in Ontario County.
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