A 38-year-old Seneca Falls man was convicted of one felony charge and acquitted of another in Seneca County Court on Monday.
According to the Finger Lakes Times, Jereck Abrams was found guilty of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a class B felony, and not guilty of fourth-degree conspiracy, a class E felony. The jury reached the verdict after a trial that started last Wednesday.
Abrams is set to be sentenced on March 15th by Judge Barry Porsch. According to First Assistant District Attorney Dave Mashewske, as a second-time offender, Abrams faces a minimum of two years and a maximum of 12 years in prison, followed by parole.
Abrams was arrested in February 2022 by the Seneca County sheriff’s office narcotics unit along with another Seneca Falls man, David Brownell, for selling cocaine.
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