Sullivan pleads guilty to several housebreaks
A Hinsdale man pleaded guilty this afternoon in Berkshire Superior Court to numerous charges. 24 year old RYAN J. SULLIVAN appeared before Judge Daniel Ford.
SULLIVAN pleaded guilty to six (6) counts of BREAKING AND ENTERING IN THE DAYTIME WITH INTENT TO COMMIT A FELONY, one (1) count of BREAKING AND ENTERING IN THE DAYTIME WITH INTENT TO COMMIT A FELONY, PLACING A PERSON IN FEAR, seven (7) counts of LARCENY IN A BUILDING, three (3) counts of LARCENY OVER $250, one (1) count of LARCENY UNDER $250, four (4) counts of UTTERING A FALSE CHECK, four (4) count of FORGERY OF A CHECK, four (4) counts of IDENTITY FRAUD, one (1) count of LARCENY OF A FIREARM, one (1) count of ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF A FIREARM, RIFLE OR SHOTGUN, one (1) count of POSSESSION OF AMMUNITION WITHOUT A FIREARM IDENTIFICATION CARD, two (2) counts of MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY OVER $1250, two (2) counts of VANDALIZE PROPERTY, one (1) count of LARCENY OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE and one (1) count of COMMON AND NOTORIOUS THIEF. Judge Ford ordered that he serve concurrent 2 year sentences at the Berkshire County House of Correction on all the charges except for one (1) count of LARCENY UNDER $250. SULLIVAN was given a concurrent 1 year house of correction sentence on that charge.
SULLIVAN broke in to houses in Richmond, Hinsdale, Washington, Dalton, Peru and Pittsfield between April 13, 2011 and November 5, 2011.
The investigation was conducted by members of the Pittsfield, Hinsdale, Peru and Dalton Police Departments and state troopers assigned to the Lee and Cheshire barracks.