NORWICH – A Norwich man initially charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree, criminal possession of a weapon and two counts of criminal possession in the seventh degree, will serve four years in prison after admitting guilt to the charge of attempted criminal possession.
Wednesday, in Chenango County Court, one individual appeared in front of Judge Frank B. Revoir Jr., for the matter of an agreed upon disposition and sentencing for a narcotics arrest that occurred in late June of 2016.
First Assistant District Attorney Michael D. Ferrarese represented the people, while the defendant was represented by Michael E. Trosset based out of Fly Creek.
Antonio N. Totten, of Norwich, stood before the court to enter into a plea of guilty to the crime of attempted criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree, a class C felony. Once the agreed upon disposition from both parties was placed on the record, Revoir then advised Totten of his constitutional rights and to the terms of his sentencing.