LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A third Cudahy city official has agreed to plead guilty to federal extortion and bribery charges in connection with the opening of a medical marijuana dispensary in the city.

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Osvaldo Conde, 50, who resigned from the Cudahy City Council Friday, will appear in federal court Thursday to be arraigned along with David Silva and Angel Perales.

Silva and Perales both agreed to plead guilty to the federal extortion and bribery charges last week.

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All three defendants face a statutory maximum sentence of 30 years in federal prison once they plead guilty.

The plea agreement was filed in court Wednesday.

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