Oakley Outlet Man Found Guilty Of Suffolk Es

Man Found Guilty Of Suffolk Escape

He was arrested by the FBI in Inglewood, Calif., in March.

Hudson is scheduled to be tried on the other charges Oct. 26. At that time, Judge Westbrook J. Parker will decide when to sentence him for the escape conviction.

Police said Hudson was arrested, along with two other men, Sept. 7 at the Econo Lodge on Main Street. Police said they found 31 pieces of crack cocaine, six bags of marijuana, “two or three big chunks” of crack cocaine, seven bags of cocaine and two guns, including a semiautomatic, in his room.

In an unrelated case Friday, Parker refused to suspend the sentence of a 22 year old man a jury found guilty in June of sodomizing a mentally retarded man in the city jail.

The jury ordered Anthony Samuel Lewis to serve 48 years in prison for two charges of sodomy stemming from an incident June 23, 1988.

Lewis’ Oakley Outlet attorney, James E. Moore, argued the judge should suspend part of his client’s sentence because the trial was prejudiced. Moore said Oakley Outlet that because of Lewis’ past outbursts in court, prosecutors refused to let Lewis be tried by Oakley Outlet a judge but had him tried by jury. He maintained that if a judge had heard the case, Lewis Oakley Outlet probably would not have been convicted.

Parker said the jury’s sentence “was extremely fair.”

Lewis had been scheduled to be tried with two other defendants in December, but his case was continued when he escaped from the city jail. Judge E. Everett Bagnell ruled there was not enough evidence to convict the other two, James White, 24, and John Blount Jr., 23.