Man sentenced to 7 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute heroin, crack
VERMONT — A New York man was sentenced to seven years for conspiracy to distribute heroin and cocaine charges.
The United States Attorney's office in Vermont announced that Dorsey Hunt, 25, of the Bronx, was sentenced Thursday in Rutland, Vermont, to 84 months in prison following his guilty plea to a charge of conspiracy to distribute heroin and crack cocaine.
Hunt, who was known as “Jah,” pleaded to an indictment charging him with conspiring with Michael Brockenbaugh (also known as “JD”), Felicia Livingston (also known as “Snoop”), Maurice Nix (also known as “Mo”), Michael Villanueva (also known as “Unc”), and others, to distribute heroin and crack cocaine from 2013 to September 2015.
Court records show this conspiracy focused much of its activity in and around Malletts Bay Avenue, in Winooski.
The prosecution is still pending against Brockenbaugh, Livingston, and Nix. This was Hunt’s first criminal conviction.
This case was investigated by the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Vermont State Police, the Burlington Police Department, the South Burlington Police Department, and the Winooski Police Department.