A woman from Bangor is going to prison for 10 years for her role in a crack cocaine ring that was busted in Bangor last year.
35-year-old Kizzy Fader was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Bangor.
She was found guilty in May of conspiracy with the intent to distribute cocaine base.
Fader's one of at least 13 people facing federal drug charges after police raided four apartments on Ohio Street and one on Garland Street last November.
She was also sentenced to five years of supervised release, once she's out of prison.
Authorities say the ring was linked to a drug-dealing operation in New York City.
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