AUGUSTA — A city man will spend two years behind bars for trafficking after pleading guilty Tuesday to two charges of unlawful trafficking in drugs as well as several other offenses.

The sentence was imposed after Joshua P. Arbour, 35, who was represented by attorney Stephen Bourget, submitted his plea at the Capital Judicial Center. Justice Donald Marden also imposed more than $1,235 in fines and fees along with the sentence recommended jointly by the defense and the prosecution.

The prosecutors, Assistant Attorney General Katie Sibley and Assistant District Attorney Tyler LeClair, told Justice Donald Marden they had reached an agreement to resolve all the pending charges.

Arbour also admitted to a charge of criminal forfeiture of $3,428 in cash seized on March 9 when police conducted a search warrant at his house on Old Belgrade Road.

He was arrested then along with Kimberly Hopkins, 30. Charges against Hopkins remain pending, and her case is set for a hearing in June, also at the Capital Judicial Center.

Sibley said Arbour had a lengthy criminal record, but that these were his first drug convictions.

“His criminal history shows a very poor performance on probation,” she said, adding that the two-year term reflected his “quick acceptance of responsibility” for his actions, and that this would be his longest stint in jail. Sibley said Arbour served 20 months in prison after his probation was revoked in 2013.

Bourget said the sentence would allow Arbour to enter a drug rehabilitation program at the prison.

Sibley said that as part of an investigation by the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, a confidential informant bought cocaine from Arbour on Sept. 23, 2015, and Leclair said a confidential informant purchased heroin from Arbour on March 2, 2016.

Later, when officers searched Arbour’s home, they found heroin, crack cocaine and a loaded syringe, as well as cash.

Arbour also pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of operating Jan. 8, 2016, while his license was suspended or revoked; unlawful possession of heroin Feb. 3, 2106; unlawful possession of heroin and unlawful possession of cocaine base March 2, 2016; and violating condition of release and criminal forfeiture March 9, 2016. Two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, from March 9, 2016, were dismissed.

Marden told Arbour he approved the agreement because of the factors cited by the attorneys. “I am not a big fan of moderate sentences where there was a purchase of drugs involved,” Marden said.

Several other people were sentenced Tuesday in separate hearings at the Capital Judicial Center:

• Jacob E. Burton, 37, of Oakland, domestic violence assault Jan, 20, 2016, in Oakland; 364-day jail sentence, all but nine days suspended, one year of probation.

• Damion E. Hanson 21, of Winthrop, criminal mischief Aug. 31, 2014, in Winthrop; $200 fine. Domestic violence reckless conduct, same date and place; dismissed. Assault Aug. 30, 2014, in Winthrop; 10-day alternative sentencing program.

• Jon C. Kelley, 29, of Vassalboro, domestic violence assault Jan. 31, 2016, in Vassalboro; 364-day jail sentence, all suspended, two years of probation.

• James A. Lee, 33, of South China, unlawful possession of scheduled drug and violating condition of release March 18, 2016, in Chelsea; 48-hour jail sentence, $400 fine.

• Jaimie A. Manganella, 28, of Windsor, operating after habitual offender revocation, unlawful possession of heroin and violating conditions of release, and use of drug paraphernalia Nov. 14, 2015, in Gardiner; 364-day jail sentence, all suspended, one year of probation, $1,700 in fines.

• Heather L. Poulin, 29, of Winslow, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and violating condition of release Dec. 28, 2015, in Waterville, and two counts of theft by deception March 19-21, 2014, in Oakland; two-year jail sentence, all but 14 days suspended, two years of probation, $200 fine, restitution up to $1,123.

• Dylan G. Veilleux, 23, of Augusta, aggravated criminal mischief and assault Oct. 14, 2013, in Oakland, and theft by deception June 30, 2014, in Waterville; two-year jail sentence, all but 10 days suspended, two years of probation.

• Scott A. Walters Sr., 43, of Oakland, operating under the influence March 10, 2016, in Oakland; two-year jail sentence, all but 90 days suspended, two years of probation, $1,000 fine, six-year license suspension. Operating while license suspended or revoked, same day and time; dismissed.

• Terrance I. Wigglesworth, 23, of Gardiner, domestic violence assault March 20, 2016, in Gardiner; 180-day jail sentence, all but 14 days suspended, two years of probation.

Betty Adams — 621-5631

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