AUGUSTA — Two of three people arrested in Oakland June 1 on drugs charges pleaded guilty Tuesday and were sentenced in separate hearings at the Capital Judicial Center.

Michael Hill, 23, of Coram, New York, was sentenced to a year in prison for conspiracy to commit unlawful trafficking in heroin and/or crack cocaine June 1 in Oakland. He was also fined $400. Charges of aggravated trafficking in heroin, unlawful trafficking in cocaine base and illegal importation of heroin and/or crack cocaine were dismissed in exchange for the plea.

Arrested with Hill in Oakland was Victoria Atz, 23, of Canaan.

On Tuesday she pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of heroin/cocaine base June 1 in Oakland and was sentenced to 60 days in jail and given credit for 60 days served. She was also fined $400.

Charges of aggravated trafficking, unlawful trafficking and illegal importation of drugs against her also were dismissed in exchange for her plea.

A third person arrested in Oakland at the same time and facing the same charges, Jason Funderburke, 29, of New York City, is scheduled for a court hearing in Augusta next month.

Police reported they uncovered 22 grams of heroin and 14 grams of crack cocaine in the vehicle Funerburke, Hill and Atz were driving in.

An additional 8.5 grams of crack were recovered from a home on Audrey Lane the three had left shortly before being stopped, according to a statement from the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency at the time.