Joseph Cincotta, Waltham, Massachusetts (arrested Nov 2012) [DUI]

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    Joseph Cincotta (186 Lura Lane, Waltham, Massachusetts), 37, teaching assistant, baseball coach and assistant football coach at Wayland High School [Wayland Public Schools], Wayland, Massachusetts, DUI


    Metrowest Daily News: Wayland baseball coach says he'll fight drunk-driving charge (Nov 5 2012)

    Joseph Cincotta, 37, of 186 Lura Lane, Wayland, was arrested at 1:07 a.m. on Old Connecticut Path, and charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of liquor. He was also cited for a marked lanes violation ... According to a police report filed in Framingham District Court by Wayland Police Officer Tyler Castagno, the officer was driving on Old Connecticut Path when he had to swerve his cruiser out of the way of an oncoming Cadillac Escalade that had swerved over the double yellow lines.

    Joseph Cincotta, Waltham, Massachusetts, Wayland High School, Wayland Public SchoolsWayland, Wayland
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    Wicked Local Waltham: Football coach from Waltham arrested on drunk driving charge (Nov 6 2012)

    In a report filed in court, Officer Tyler Castagno said he had to veer his cruiser into the breakdown lane on Old Connecticut Path around 1 a.m. to avoid being struck by a Cadillac Escalade that had crossed the yellow lines while coming in the opposite direction. Castagno pulled over the SUV and questioned [Joseph] Cincotta who was driving. Cincotta identified himself as a teacher at the high school as well as a football coach, Castagno's report says. Cincotta was slurring his words and a smell of liquor came from the SUV, the officer wrote. "I asked Cincotta where he was coming from and he advised me he was drinking a few beers at the 'Chat,' and that his team basically won the Super Bowl and that he was out celebrating." The "Chat" is the nickname for the Dudley Chateau, a Wayland pub.
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    Wayland Patch: Wayland Coach From Waltham Facing DUI Charge (Nov 6 2012)

    Joseph Cincotta, a Waltham resident and the Wayland High School varsity baseball coach, pleaded not guilty on Nov. 5 to driving under the influence of alcohol. Cincotta was arraigned on Nov. 5 at Framingham District Court and was released without bail. Cincotta is scheduled for a pre-trial conference on Nov. 26.