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Geneva man pleads guilty to drug charges

A Geneva man who was involved in a pair of 2016 shootings will be going to prison after pleading guilty to several drug charges Monday in Ontario County Court.

District Attorney R. Michael Tantillo said Maurice “Flash” Maxon pleaded guilty to three counts of felony third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. He is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 4 by Judge Frederick Reed to 3½ years in prison followed by two years of parole.

Maxon, 33, was arrested in May by Geneva police following a lengthy investigation into cocaine trafficking in the city. Two other Geneva residents — 38-year-old Aubrey “Boot” Reed and 25-year-old Markiesha Henley — were arrested as part of the investigation, which lasted more than six months.

Reed pleaded guilty last month to three counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. He is scheduled to be sentenced Dec. 14 to two years in prison and two years of parole.

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