CIRCUIT COURT — A former Concord city councilor who rolled over his truck on South Road in Gilmanton on January 10 pleaded guilty on Monday in the 4th Circuit Court, Laconia Division to one count of driving while intoxicated.
Michael A. Delloiacono, 38, of 35 Church St. in Concord had been charged with one count of aggravated driving while intoxicated, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, and one count of conduct after an accident for leaving the scene after the crash.
The truck flipped over and was virtually destroyed. Delloiacono had his two minor children in the truck with him and all three were uninjured. They left the truck and went to Delloiacono's nearby summer home, where police found them.
In a negotiated plea, Delloiacono pleaded guilty to one Class B misdemeanor count of driving while intoxicated. He was ordered to pay a total of $1,488 in fines and court costs, surrender his license for two years, and be in full compliance with a state-approved alcohol abuse program.
Judge Edward "Ned" Gordon also ordered that he install a breath/alcohol ignition-lock device on his next vehicle for 12 months after the return of his license.
In acceptance of the plea, the state dropped the aggravated driving while intoxicated charge and the leaving the scene of an accident charge. The two counts of endangering the welfare of a child were placed on file without a finding for two year, meaning that should he run afoul of the law during that time, he can be prosecuted for those charges as well as any new charges.
Delloiacono paid his fine in total on the day of the sentencing. He served one-term as a at-large member of the Concord City Council, leaving office at the end of 2013.
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