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Man pleads guilty to his role in cocaine ring

A Columbia man pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to his role in a cocaine ring and to being a felon in possession of guns.

Marcus Jordan pleaded guilty to intentionally letting people use his home on Sanford Avenue to make and sell the drug.

The plea agreement says investigators and witnesses identified the address as a meeting place from which drugs including crack cocaine, cocaine and marijuana were distributed.

Officers served a search warrant at the home in August 2014 and reportedly found bags of marijuana, scales and two handguns.

Co-defendants Malcom Redmon and Marlon Jordan are accused of cooking cocaine into crack at that location.

ABC 17 News brought you the news conference live in the fall of 2014 when 27 people were charged in a federal indictment relating to the Mid-Missouri cocaine ring.

Several people have since pleaded guilty to their roles in the ring.

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