Greenfield man gets six years for drug sale, possession

Tuesday, March 11, 2014
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— A Greenfield man accused of drug sales was sentenced to six years in state prison in Saratoga County Court on Monday.

Mark H. Tyler, 49, of Sandhill Road, was sentenced by County Court Judge Jerry J. Scarano on his guilty plea in January to six counts, including third-degree criminal sale and criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Tyler, who is accused of possession and sale in Saratoga Springs in May 2013, also will serve three years of post-release supervision.

Separately, he was sentenced to one year in jail for failure to register as a sex offender, with the sentence to be served concurrently with the drug sentence.

In other court cases:

Scott M. Miller, 31, of Lawnridge Avenue, Albany, was sentenced to two years in prison and three years’ post-release supervision on an attempted second-degree burglary charge. He was arrested after an incident Aug. 20 in South Glens Falls.

Steven C. Williams, 32, of Putnam Road, Sprakers, was sentenced to 11⁄2 years in prison for attempted fourth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. He was arrested for an alleged drug sale in Ballston in January 2013.

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