CSAO: Bristol Man Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison on Narcotics Counts

Bristol Man Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison on Narcotics Counts

A Bristol man was sentenced today to serve 12 years in prison for his conviction on narcotics charges.

Jack Bardales, age 36, was convicted on September 16, 2013, by a jury in New Britain Superior Court of three counts of Possession with Intent to Sell Narcotics, two counts of Possession with Intent to Sell a Controlled Substance and one count each of Possession of Narcotics and Criminal Possession of a Firearm.

In court today, Judge Jon Alander sentenced Bardales to 19 years suspended after serving 12 years followed by 5 years of probation.

Bardales’ convictions are the result of an investigation conducted by the Connecticut State Police Statewide Narcotics Task Force that involved search warrants executed on two residences and Bardales.

Items seized included $88,000 in cash, 422 grams of cocaine, 352 Oxycodone tablets, 14.5 pounds of marijuana, scales, cocaine presses, and a large volume of packaging materials.

The case was prosecuted by Senior Assistant State’s Attorney Brett J. Salafia.



Content Last Modified on 12/4/2013 4:32:46 PM