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Niagara Falls man admits having $25,000 worth of cocaine

A Niagara Falls man could be sent to prison for as long as 12 years after pleading guilty Tuesday to having more than nine ounces of cocaine when Falls police on Nov. 20 raided his Ninth Street apartment.

Travis D. Davis, 33, now of Ontario Avenue, is a second-time drug felon. Niagara County Judge Matthew J. Murphy III allowed him to remain free on his own recognizance pending sentencing June 11 for third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Niagara Falls Police Superintendent E. Bryan DalPorto said nine ounces of cocaine has a street value of about $25,000.

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