File - This undated file photo provided by Orange County Corrections shows Gustavo Falcon. (Orange County Corrections via AP, File)
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After 26 years as a fugitive, a man investigators called the last of the "Miami Vice" era's "cocaine cowboys" pleaded guilty Thursday to a drug charge, closing a notorious chapter in the city's colorful criminal history.The 56-year-old Falcon could get a prison sentence of no more than 14 years if U.S. District Judge Federico Moreno agrees to the plea deal. The maximum sentence for the charge is 20 years.Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher Clark detailed what prosecutors believe they could prove had Falcon opted for trial.One ledger linked to Falcon described drug deals between January 1990 and October 1991 that brought them more than $142 million.
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