NICHOLAS PAUL MOSCHONAS, 22, 5200 Knickerbocker St., changed his plea Feb. 5 to guilty of an amended count of possession of cocaine. In a plea agreement, prosecutors reduced the charge from one count of possession with intent to deliver cocaine. A count of possession with intent to deliver marijuana was dismissed. They will recommend a three- to five-year sentence, suspended in favor of four years of supervised probation. Officers had been told that he and a woman had been to Denver to buy drugs to distribute in Gillette and were on their way back on June 29. They followed them to their home and, after their stories didn’t match and a drug dog alerted on their car, they searched their car. In all, they found 54.9 grams of cocaine in several containers (including a watch case and in a dirty sock stuck in the toe of an Air Jordan) and 74.5 grams of marijuana in a white paper bag with a medical marijuana sticker on it. District Judge Michael N. “Nick Deegan ordered a pre-sentence investigation.