Following a long investigation by the FBI an Orange County cocaine supplier was sentenced.

Recently in the Southern District of New York Court, 47-year-old Michael Gordon of New Windsor was sentenced to two years in prison and three years probation following a guilty plea for selling cocaine and conspiracy.

In May 2016, following a long investigation by the FBI, Town of New Windsor and Town of Newburgh and City of Newburgh Police Departments Gordon, aka “Streets,” was arrested in the Town of New Windsor.

Prior to the arrest, a search warrant resulted in seizure of multiple packages of cocaine, illegal prescription medications, marijuana and cash, police say.

An investigation into Gordon began after Shawn O’Boy of the Town of Newburgh was arrested in 2015 and later jailed for selling cocaine. The cocaine sold by O’Boy was supplied by Gordon, police say.

Gordon was also sentenced to return $55,000 that he made in cocaine sales.

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