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Greeley businessman accepted plea deal in 2019 cocaine trafficking case

A Greeley business man accepted a plea deal in a 2019 cocaine trafficking case. greeleytribune.com reports, Alberto Loya, 47, pleaded guilty Thursday to multiple charges stemming from a multi-agency investigation into a cocaine distribution ring in the Greeley area. Their investigation led to the indictment of Loya and 18 others on 62 charges. Loya faced up to 32 years in prison, but his plea bargain stipulates a maximum sentence of 10 years when he is sentenced May 19 in Weld District Court.

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