Mass. man sentenced for dealing cocaine, marijuana
Hector Concepcion, 29, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to bail jumping, sale of a narcotic drug, sale of a controlled drug and possession of a narcotic drug with intent to distribute.
Concepcion sold $2,000 worth of cocaine during his first transaction with the undercover trooper on May 19, 2011, according to prosecutors. The deal happened in a parking lot outside a Macy’s department store, prosecutors said.
He followed up with a $4,000 sale — roughly four ounces — of cocaine when he was arrested by state police on June 24, prosecutors said.
Prosecutors indicted him on a felony bail jumping charge a month later.
He received a suspended two- to four-year prison sentence on the bail-jumping conviction, and another suspended five- to 10-year sentence on a separate drug conviction. Concepcion was ordered to pay $2,000 in fines to the Department of Corrections as part of his sentence.
Once Concepcion is paroled, he may be detained by the Commonwealth, according to Sisti.
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