Judge sentences Supply man to more than 3 years in prison

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By Sam Hickman

 A Supply man will spend more than three years in prison after pleading guilty in Brunswick County Superior Court on Friday, Jan. 24, to felony possession with the intent to distribute, sell or deliver cocaine.

Cumberland County Superior Court Judge Claire V. Hill sentenced 29-year-old Travis Lamar Stevenson, of 409 Little Macedonia Road, as a habitual felon to serve a minimum of 44 months to a maximum of 65 months — more than five years — in the North Carolina Department of Correction.

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