Sigsbury pleads guilty, sent to jail
A Pownal, Vermont man pleaded guilty this afternoon in Berkshire Superior Court to several charges. 52 year old KENNETH SIGSBURY appeared before Judge Daniel Ford.
SIGSBURY pleaded guilty to one (1) count of MAKING FALSE ENTRIES INTO CORPORATE RECORDS and one (1) count of LARCENY OVER $250, ONGOING AND CONTINUING OFFENSE. Judge Ford ordered that he serve 1 year of a 2 year sentence at the Berkshire County House of Correction on the charge of LARCENY OVER $250, ONGOING AND CONTINUING OFFENSE. SIGSBURY was also placed on 1 year probation on the condition he refrain from using drugs and undergo testing during the probationary period. He was given a concurrent 1 year house of correction sentence on the MAKING FALSE ENTRIES INTO CORPORATE RECORDS charge.
SIGSBURY, while employed at Berkshire Anodizing in North Adams, took approximately $160,000. The incident occurred between February 1, 2011 and December 14, 2011.
The investigation was conducted by members of the North Adams Police Department.