Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Wednesday, March 23.
James Davis, 49, of Pittsfield was found guilty of three counts of distribution of cocaine and single counts of possession of cocaine, possession of oxycodone and possession of hydrocodone.
Davis was found guilty by a jury after three hours of deliberation. He was ordered to serve concurrent one-year sentences at the Berkshire County House of Correction on the distribution charges and concurrent six month sentences on the possession charges.
Davis was arrested on March 10 in connection with selling cocaine on March 2, March 3 and March 9, 2009 in Pittsfield.
Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Thursday, March 24.
Mark Morton, 61, of Pittsfield pleaded guilty to single counts of assault and battery on a correctional officer and assault by means of a dangerous weapon.
Morton was sentenced to serve concurrent one and a half to three years in state prison at the Massachusetts Correctional Institution at Cedar Junction. The incident occurred on June 26, 2010 while Morton was an inmate at the Berkshire County House of Correction. Moron was hospitalized as a result of the assault.
Hunter T. Toole, 20, of Lee pleaded guilty to single counts possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, distribution of cocaine, distribution of ketamine hydrochloride, conspiracy to violate drugs laws as well as three counts of distribution of marijuana.
Toole was ordered to serve 90 days of a two-year sentence at the Berkshire County House of Correction on the cocaine charges and placed on two-years probation on the others.
Two additional counts of drug violation within a school zone were dismissed by the state. The incidents occurred in Great Barrington, Lee and Lenox between February 13, 2009 and February 24, 2009.
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