Auburn man sent to prison following drugs, sex and weapons charges in Cayuga County

Judge Thomas Leone said he remembers watching Brandon Tape play football for Auburn High School.

The wide receiver was one of the team's star players in the mid-2000s. But now he's headed to prison following a serious crime spree in the city.

It began in August 2016 when Tape was arrested for selling cocaine in Cayuga County. He was ultimately charged with six felonies: three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance and three counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance.

Then, in February, Tape was arrested again — this time, for possessing a weapon and forcibly touching a woman in Auburn.

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