‘Cocaine Cowboy’ on the run for 26 years pleads guilty in Miami to drug trafficking

A US court handed down an 11-year sentence to a former “cocaine cowboy. After 26 years on the lam from drug charges, Gustavo was arrested last year in Kissimmee, Florida. He pleaded guilty in.

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MIAMI (AP) – One of Miami’s infamous “cocaine cowboy” drug dealers finishes a lengthy. The younger Falcon, meanwhile, pleaded not guilty last week to the drug trafficking charges and is being held.

Gustavo Falcon, a cocaine cowboy who hid from the feds for 26 years, finally pleaded guilty Thursday to drug trafficking in Miami federal court – where his older brother, Willie, and his partner, Sal Magluta, met their demise long ago.

After 26 years on the lam, a man dubbed by investigators as one of Miami’s last "cocaine cowboys" has pleaded not guilty to decades-old drug trafficking charges. The plea was entered at a hearing.

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Gustavo Falcon, a ‘Cocaine Cowboy’ who hid from the feds for 26 years, finally pleaded guilty Thursday to drug trafficking in Miami federal court. He is pictured left in the 1980s, and in 2017.

Gustavo Falcon, part of the largest cocaine-smuggling operation in Miami's history, had been on the run for 26 years before his capture. After 26 Years on the Run, cocaine cowboy gustavo falcon pleads Guilty. that the drug lords had bought out the jury foreman and several jurors to ensure the verdict.

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A man dubbed the last of Miami’s "cocaine cowboys" has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for a drug trafficking conviction.. Gustavo Falcon pleaded guilty in February to a single cocaine.

Gustavo Falcon, the last of the notorious "Cocaine Cowboys," has finally pleaded guilty to drug trafficking after years on the lam. Gustavo Falcon pleaded guilty on February 1, 2018 to drug trafficking in the Miami federal court where his fellow Cocaine Cowboys were convicted years ago.

Last ‘cocaine cowboy’ sentenced to Prison After 26 Years on the Run Gustavo Falcon was captured in April 2017 in Kissimmee, Florida, where he had been living with his wife under an assumed name