For Immediate Release - April 02, 2014

Sigsbury pleads guilty to drug charges

A North Adams woman pleaded guilty this afternoon in Berkshire Superior Court to drug charges.  28 year old CHELSEA B. SIGSBURY appeared before Judge John Agostini. 

SIGSBURY pleaded guilty to three (3) counts of DISTRIBUTION OF COCAINE, one (1) count of DISTRIBUTION OF HEROIN, and three (3) counts of CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE DRUG LAWS.  She was given concurrent 177 day sentences to the Berkshire County House of Correction on two (2) counts of DISTRIBUTION OF COCAINE, DISTRIBUTION OF HEROIN and the CONSPIRACY charges.  Judge Agostini handed her a 2 and a half year suspended sentence and placed SIGSBURY on 3 years probation on the other charge of DISTRIBUTION OF COCAINE.  During the probationary period, SIGSBURY is to remain drug free and undergo drug testing and counseling.  

The charges stem from incidents that occurred in Pittsfield between January 7, 2011 and May 5, 2011. 

Three (3) counts of DRUG VIOLATION WITHIN A DRUG FREE SCHOOL ZONE were dismissed by the Court. 

The investigations were conducted by members of the Pittsfield, North Adams, Williamstown, Adams, Dalton, Lee, Lenox, Great Barrington and Stockbridge Police Departments, state troopers assigned to the District Attorney’s Office and agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, members of the Berkshire County Drug Task Force.