In Commonwealth v. Burton, the defendant challenged the sufficiency of the evidence supporting his drug delivery resulting in death (DDRD) conviction in light of his acquittal of reckless endangerment (REAP), contending the guilty verdict for DDRD was inconsistent with his acquittal of REAP. The Superior Court held that the inconsistent verdicts were not problematic. Also, the Court affirmed the trial court’s order, which denied the defendant’s motion to suppress cell site location information (CCSLI).