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Former Middlesex Assistant DA Charged with Trading Drugs for Confidential Info

Filed under: Legal Notices by News Staff at 6:43 am on January 9, 2015

FRAMINGHAM, MA - A former Middlesex Assistant District Attorney allegedly violated conflict of interest laws and has been indicted in connection with misuse of his position, Attorney General Martha Coakley announced today. He allegedly traded information in exchange for oxycodone pills.

Stephen Gilpatric, age 35, of Somerville, was indicted by a Statewide Grand Jury on charges of Unlawful Gratuity, Unlawfully Communicating Criminal Offender Record Information, and Receiving Unlawful Compensation. He will be arraigned in Middlesex Superior Court on Friday, January 9th, 2015 at 9:00a.m.

Gilpatric served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office (MDAO) from November 2007 until October 2014, when the AG’s Office began an investigation. He most recently worked within the MDAO’s Public Protection, Anti-terrorism, Corruption and Technology (PACT) Unit, where he handled a variety of specialized prosecutions, including public corruption, white collar crime and major narcotics cases. The AG’s Office received the full cooperation of the MDAO throughout the investigation.

The investigation revealed that in October 2011, Gilpatric allegedly provided his drug supplier with information that he obtained through his position as an Assistant District Attorney in exchange for drugs. He allegedly gave this drug supplier sensitive information about another man, including a Board of Probation record, a police report, a photograph, and other personal identifying information, in exchange for oxycodone pills.

Authorities further allege that Gilpatric also provided additional confidential law enforcement information—a criminal record and an organizational chart of a drug ring—to this same drug supplier and his brother, hoping to receive pills in exchange.

At this time, the AG’s investigation has no evidence to suggest Gilpatric provided information related to any criminal cases he was personally investigating or prosecuting.

Additionally, in August 2011, Gilpatric allegedly made an agreement with a woman to help get her son’s commercial driver’s license back, which was revoked following a guilty plea in a criminal case, in exchange for $1,500.

Authorities allege that Gilpatric was spending hundreds of dollars a week to feed his addiction to Oxycontin.

This case is being handled by Assistant Attorney General James O’Brien, Chief of Attorney General Coakley's Public Integrity Division, and Assistant Attorney General Dean Mazzone, Deputy Chief of the AG’s Criminal Bureau, with assistance from Sallyann Nelligan, Chief of the AG’s Financial Investigations Division, State Police assigned to the Attorney General’s Office, and the AG’s Digital Evidence Lab.

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Storage Auction in Saxonville Friday Sept. 23rd

Filed under: General Interest,Legal Notices by News Staff at 1:41 am on September 22, 2011
ExtraSpace Storage, Framingham, MA

ExtraSpace Storage is located next to the Roxbury Carpet Mill Building at 1590 Concord St., in the Saxonville area of Framingham, MA.

FRAMINGHAM, MA - ExtraSpace Storage will be auctioning off several storage lots, and "the personal goods stored therein", on Friday, September 23, 2011 at 12:30 PM at their 1590 Concord St., Saxonville  location.

According to a public notice ExtraSpace will sell the items to satisfy liens, they will be selling the following lots which may include, but are not limited to; general household items, furniture, boxes of personal property, clothing, electronics, appliances, etc.

Unit Numbers - Owner Names:

  • Unit C326 - Herbert Mack
  • Unit F103 - Marc Mariano
  • Unit G107- Jose Duarte
  • Unit H117 - Marjorie Kaplan ...[read more]

Addilson Belknap Mansion Back on Auction Block

Filed under: General Interest,Legal Notices by Randy Harris at 6:45 pm on April 29, 2011
35 Waveney Road, auction January 27, 2011

This fire damaged 22 room mansion located at 35 Waveney Road will be auctioned Wednesday, May 18th, 2011 at 2:00PM.

FRAMINGHAM, MA - The Town of Framingham has ordered the historic Addilson Belknap property at 35 Waveney Road be auctioned off to recoup back taxes owed on the fire damage mansion.

The property which was was originally scheduled be auctioned off  in January, has now been set to go on the auction block Wednesday, May 18th, 2011 at 2:00PM(bidder registration begins at 1:30PM on site).

Those interested in the 13 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath, two-story "22 rooms-in-all" Greek-revival, 8,000 sq. ft. style home which was originally built in 1699 and presently sits on approximately 1.65 acres of prime North Framingham real estate must ...[read more]


LEGAL NOTICE: Garbarino Package Store License Transfer

Filed under: Legal Notices by News Staff at 5:49 am on April 2, 2011

LEGAL NOTICE

PUBLIC HEARING

Garbarino Package Store - 438 WAVERLY STREET

Transfer and Change of Location of All Alcohol Retail Package Store License

A public hearing will be held in the Peter W. Ablondi Meeting Room, Memorial Building, Framingham, MA, on Tuesday, April 12, 2011, at 7:00 P.M. under the provisions of Chapter 138, Section 15 of the M.G.L. on the application of Table and Vine, Inc. for the Transfer and Change of Location to 341 Cochituate Road of the All Alcohol Retail Package Store License held by Dom Garbarino Package Store, Inc. dba Garbarino Package Store, 438 Waverly Street, Framingham, Massachusetts.

Approximately 41,955 sq. ft. of retail space on one floor of the Route 30 Mall. Retail floor area will contain wine racks, shelving, beer/wine cooler, gourmet food area, and wine rooms. Storage area containing employee area and merchandise storage. Entrance and exit from Route 30 Mall parking lot. Emergency exits in rear and on side of building.

Dennis L. Giombetti
Laurie Lee
Charles J. Sisitsky
A. Ginger Esty
Jason Smith
Framingham Board of Selectmen

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LEGAL NOTICE: Top Shelf Restaurant, 250 Worcester Rd.

Filed under: Legal Notices by News Staff at 5:41 am on April 2, 2011

LEGAL NOTICE

PUBLIC HEARING

250 Worcester Rd. - Top Shelf Restaurant, LLC
New All Alcohol Restaurant license

A public hearing will be held in the Peter W. Ablondi Meeting Room, Memorial Building, Framingham, MA, on Tuesday, April 12, 2011, at 7:00 PM under the provisions of M.G.L. Chapter 138, Section 12 on the application for a New All Alcohol Restaurant license and Common Victualer license for Top Shelf Restaurant, LLC, dba Top Shelf Restaurant, 250 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA.

Rear section of wood frame building, one entrance/exit with ramp on east side of building and one exit at rear of building. Basement has one exit at rear of building and one exit on the west side. Tables and bar area. Basement for storage of stock and food preparation only.

Dennis L. Giombetti
Laurie Lee
Charles J. Sisitsky
A. Ginger Esty
Jason Smith
Framingham Board of Selectmen

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