Arrest Made in Break In at Cornell's

By contributor,

On Friday 26 November 2010 at approximately 09:10 AM, Hopkinton Police responded to the Cornell Restaurant/Pub for a reported past breaking and entry. It was determined that the suspect had gained entry to the restaurant by means of the roof. The telephone lines and electric meter had been disabled by the suspect. A safe containing the restaurant receipts had been stolen.

The investigation led by Hopkinton police officers and detectives culminated in the arrest of:

Steven Moschini, 31, of 13 Clinton Street, Hopkinton, Mass. on the following charges:

1. 2 counts of breaking and Entry in the nighttime to commit a felony
2. Destruction of Property Over $250
3. Larceny over $250
4. Witness Intimidation

Property taken from the restaurant was recovered. Moschini is being held on $20,000 cash bail. He is currently being held at Hopkinton Police and will be arraigned at the Framingham District Court on Monday 29 November 2010.

Assisting Hopkinton Police was Hopkinton Fire Department and Holliston Police.

Auth/Lt. Chuck Wallace