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Binghamton Man Pleads Guilty to Drug Charges

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Story by Kathy Whyte

Luis Masso-Diaz, 30, pleaded guilty in federal court yesterday for his involvement with the distribution of cocaine and heroin in the Binghamton area–other substances like oxycontin, percocet, and morphine were also allegedly bought and sold.  The drugs were reportedly shipped from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and some Southern Tier locations. Jose Alvarado, Reynaldo Bones, Victor Texidor, and Jose Alicea were also indicted on narcotics trafficking conspiracy charges. Diaz, Texidor, and Alicea await sentencing while Bones and Alvarado’s cases are pending.

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