A Utah State Prison inmate serving time on a cocaine conviction was given two additional sentences of one to 15 years in 2nd District Court Tuesday for arranging a drug sale while he was being held in the Davis County Jail.

Dana S. Parker, 29, was charged with eight counts of selling or possessing drugs and drug paraphernalia in April and May of this year. Because of his prior cocaine conviction and because some of the transactions occurred within 1,000 feet of a school (at the jail), four of the counts were bumped up a degree to first-degree felonies.In a plea bargain, Parker pleaded guilty Tuesday to two second-degree felony counts of distribution of cocaine. The rest of the charges were dismissed.

Judge Douglas L. Cornaby sentenced him to two additional one- to 15-year prison terms, to run concurrently with his present term.

According to court records, Parker was convicted of selling cocaine in 1986. He was charged by the county's drug strike force with four first-degree felony counts of distribution of cocaine in April and May; one second-degree felony charge of cocaine possession; a second-degree felony charge of distributing marijuana; and Class A misdemeanor charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.