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Judge Murphy imprisons two crack dealers

LOCKPORT – Niagara County Judge Matthew J. Murphy III sent two crack cocaine dealers to state prison Wednesday.

Antoine R. Bones, 28, of South Avenue, Niagara Falls, drew five years behind bars, plus three years of post-release supervision, for third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

He forfeited $2,100 police confiscated when they arrested Bones in his car on Highland Avenue, after the seizure of about 11 ounces of cocaine May 3, 2013, from a house on Centre Avenue, where Bones then lived.

“I haven’t given myself a chance,” Bones said. “I got a 6-year-old daughter. The last time I was free, she was 1.”

Ashley I. Boyer, 27, of Remick Parkway, Lockport, will serve three years in a regular cell if she fails in drug treatment at Willard Correctional Facility. She sold crack to a police informant at a house on High Street in Lockport Sept. 18, 2012.

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