Release - January 22, 2003
Office of the Commissioner of Probation
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|January 22, 2003
Holland, Director of Communications
TWO FEATURED ON MALDEN DISTRICT PROBATION'S
"MOST WANTED" LIST ARE APPREHENDED
of 11 probation violators, featured on a “Most Wanted” poster released
by the Malden District Court Probation Department, have been taken
into custody. The poster was unveiled to the public in late fall.
The brainchild of the “Most Wanted” poster, Malden District Court
Acting Chief Probation Officer Paul Cervizzi, welcomes help from
the public in tracking down those offenders who have not been apprehended.
following are among the offenders who were arrested: Daniel Rodrigues,
23, of Chelsea, was on probation for assault and battery on a police
officer, resisting arrest, possession of a Class D substance and
malicious destruction of property; and Frank Sparacino, 40, of Winthrop,
for uttering false prescriptions, obtaining drugs by fraud.
M. Deluca, 37, of Woburn, alias: Donna A. Tufts, assault and battery,
two counts, was arrested and arraigned. Deluca defaulted when she
missed her hearing date. Her photo and information have been reintroduced
to the “Most Wanted” poster.
on the streets are: William Anderson, 38, of Revere, aliases: William
Sanderson, Wayne Marble, and Chris Coakley, breaking and entering
in the night time and committing a felony; Joseph M. Calo, 27, of
Malden, assault and battery; David A. Dubuque, 27, of Lynn, assault
with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery on a police officer,
and resisting arrest; Michael J. Duggan, 25, last known address:
Everett, distribution of Class B substance; Durran Mosner, 29, of
Somerville, aliases: Donna Rykowski, Kathleen Connaughty, and Durran
Busher, receiving stolen property, five counts; Michael Sullivan,
24, of Everett, assault and battery; Robert Visone, 38, of Lynnfield,
leaving the scene of personal injury and operating to endanger;
and Dell J. Wilnier, 28, of Everett, possession of Class D substance.
Warrants have been issued for the offenders’ arrests.
you are on the list, do yourself a favor and turn yourself in. If
you recognize someone on the list and know of their whereabouts,
we welcome any information you can provide us. Please call us at
781-322-7500. Let’s work together to keep our community safe and
drug-free,” said Cervizzi.
Massachusetts Probation Service is a department of the Massachusetts
Trial Court. There are 12 Superior Court, 70 District Court and
12 Probate & Family Court probation offices throughout the Commonwealth.
Probation’s Juvenile Court system includes 11 divisions which represent
every county in the state. The Office of the Commissioner of Probation
(OCP) serves as the central administrative office for the state
Probation Service and the Office of Community Corrections which
operates 22 Community Corrections Centers throughout the state.