Miles Nelson of Geneva is accused of selling more drugs while out on bail and awaiting sentencing. Nelson was easy to locate, as he was already being held in the Ontario County Jail on strangulation charges.

CANANDAIGUA — A Geneva man finds his legal troubles continuing to pile up, with new drug charges unsealed on Wednesday in Ontario County court.

Miles Nelson, 25, had a "not guilty" plea entered by his attorney, Jason Housel, after he was hit with new charges of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Back in November, he pleaded guilty to selling 28 grams of cocaine and was out on bail awaiting sentencing.

“Mr. Nelson has a number of matters in front of this court,” said Housel. “He recently pled guilty and paid approximately five thousand dollars in restitution ... After the plea he was picked up on the strangulation charge.”

Ontario County First Assistant District Attorney Jason MacBride stated that the new charges stem from an alleged Dec. 27 transaction and requested that Nelson be held on no bail.

Given the dates stated on the record, Nelson is accused of selling drugs after he pleaded guilty to criminal sale of a controlled substance back in November.

Nelson is due back in court later this month.