Days before he was going to be sentenced to prison, on other charges, a Hudson Valley man sold drugs near a local school.

On Thursday in Orange County Court, 46-year-old Robert Burbridge of Port Jervis pleaded guilty to four additional charges of narcotics sales, including one charge of selling on or near school grounds.

On January 3, Burbridge, who had been previously convicted of a crime, pleaded guilty for owning a loaded .380 caliber semiautomatic pistol.

Prior to being sentenced, on February 17, Burbidge was caught selling cocaine near the Recap Headstart Pre-K school located in Port Jervis.

On April 3, 2017, Burbridge, was sentenced to 13 years in state prison on the gun possession charge.

On Thursday, he pleaded guilty to selling drugs near the schools and in Port Jervis on three other occasions after his January gun possession guilty plea.

The Orange County District Attorney’s Office plans to request additional jail time.

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