A Hudson Valley man who previously served jail time for selling drugs in the local area is heading back to jail on more drug sale charges.

On Thursday in Ulster County Court, Issac Pitt, aka “Hundreds,” of Ellenville pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance in the second degree.

Pitt was arrested in Nov. 2016 after authorities learned he was selling cocaine from his home. A search warrant at his home yielded 6.8 ounces of cocaine, digital scales, baggies, a ledger with narcotics transactions and $6,334, officials say.

Pitt previous served jail time for selling drugs in Rockland County. He is expected to receive a sentence of eight years in prison plus five years post-release supervision when sentenced in June.

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