TRURO - A 33-year-old Kemptown man will spend more than five years in federal custody after pleading guilty to a string of charges relating to proceeds of crime and drug possession.
Jonathan Craig Burgoyne, of 1108 Kemptown Rd., was sentenced to two years custody for possession of property obtained by crime. The sentence also includes a $100 victim fine surcharge, to be paid by Sept. 4, 2014.
He was given the same concurrent custodial sentence and fine for additional charges, including 19 additional charges of possessing property obtained by crime and a charge of laundering the proceeds of crime.
Burgoyne had all of the properties involved in the arrests forfeited, including properties, a car, trucks, a tractor, motorcycle, snowmobiles and more than $14,000.
He was also given a fine of $160,000 in lieu of forfeiture, or two years in default, consecutive to the custodial time.
The incidents all occurred between Sept. 19, 2002 and Sept. 26, 2007.
He also pleaded guilty to one count each of possession of cocaine and cannabis resin for the purpose of trafficking.
For the cocaine charge, Burgoyne was sentenced to three-and-a-half years custody, minus 48 days served on remand.
He was given a two-year concurrent sentence for the cannabis resin charge.
A forfeiture order was granted for both, as was a DNA sample order.
He's prohibited from owning firearms for the rest of his life.
The incidents occurred July 19, 2012, in Kemptown.
Burgoyne also pleaded guilty to one count of harassment between July 8 and 21, 2011, in Bible Hill, as well as one count of failing to comply with a recognizance on June 19 in Truro. He was sentenced to one-day custody for both charges, both deemed served by his court appearance.