Driver Faces Drug Charges After Fatal...

Driver Faces Drug Charges After Fatal I-395 Crash

There are 67 comments on the WTIC-TV Hartford story from Apr 9, 2011, titled Driver Faces Drug Charges After Fatal I-395 Crash. In it, WTIC-TV Hartford reports that:

A Massachusetts woman has been charged with drug possession in connection to a fatal car accident Friday after police said she failed a field sobriety test.

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Since: Apr 08

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#1 Apr 10, 2011
Another elite Everett citizen, why does this not suprise me.
out on bail

Boston, MA

#2 Apr 10, 2011
An Everett woman with an outstanding warrant in Florida was arrested in Connecticut Friday and charged with drug possession, driving under the influence, and causing a crash that killed the daughter of a well-known Italian foods importer from New Haven.

According to Connecticut State Police, Dina Senibaldi, 26, was driving south on Interstate 395 in Waterford about 11 p.m. Friday when she struck a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee from behind. The driver of the Jeep lost control of the vehicle, and it struck a metal wire guardrail and rolled over.

The Jeep’s passenger, Lisa Delprete, 45, North Haven, Conn., sustained serious head trauma. She died at Lawrence & Memorial Hospital in New London, Conn.

Delprete was the daughter of Leo Ciocca, the owner of L.C. Cash & Carry, a popular wholesale and retail Italian food and cheese shop in New Haven’s Long Wharf Food Terminal Plaza.

The driver of the Jeep, Edmund Davis, 52, of New Haven, sustained serious head and chest injuries, police said. The passenger in Senibaldi’s vehicle, Marirose Lynch, 25, of Everett, was treated for a minor cut to her forehead.

Senibaldi walked away from the crash, declining medical treatment, police said.

State Police performed field sobriety tests at the scene, which she failed, according to the police report.

Police also found that Senibaldi does not have a valid driver’s license.

The 2010 Dodge Avenger Senibaldi was driving was a rental with New York license plates belonging to National Car Rental, according to a police report.

Police said they found marijuana and narcotics in Senibaldi’s possession.

Public records show that Senibaldi was arrested in Osceola County, Florida, in January 2010 for soliciting prostitution.

She posted a $7,500 bond through J&L Bail Bonds, but failed to appear in a Kissimmee court last May 24. A warrant was issued for her arrest.

After Friday’s fatal crash, Senibaldi was charged with driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, driving without a license, possession of marijuana, and possession of narcotics.

With Delprete’s death, other charges may be filed.

Senibaldi was ordered held on $100,000 bond. She is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow in New London.

© Copyright 2011 Globe Newspaper Company
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#3 Apr 10, 2011
God Bless the victims
Encore

Wayland, MA

#4 Apr 10, 2011
No hope in Everett wrote:
Another elite Everett citizen, why does this not suprise me.
Yes, another "elite WHITE AMERICAN" Everett citizen. Lived in Everett her entire life. So was her passenger. White, American, Everett, junkies/prostitutes. See?
white trash

Detroit, MI

#6 Apr 11, 2011
Two more of Everett's drug addicts on the loose murdering people. Dena has a child, that poor thing.
MADD

Wayland, MA

#7 Apr 11, 2011
I feel for the family of the woman she killed and man who is sereiously injured. They lost a child, mother, sister, wife and friend. The driver walks away with maybe a scratch. You just never know. I always say, "WATCH OUT FOR THE ""OTHER"" GUY", when my kids leave the door. But, somethings are un-stop-able. If she was sober this would not have happened. How horrible for everyone involved.
white trash

Detroit, MI

#8 Apr 11, 2011
The drunk driver lost her own brother last year to a drug overdose. She should have understood how precious life really is. I hope she gets prison time, but chances are she will get probation for murdering an innocent woman.
really

Natick, MA

#9 Apr 11, 2011
get your facts straight.her brother didn't overdose,she wasn't drunk,and she didn't kill anyone.ignorant people who have NO idea what they're talking about.
TEAM DINA

Amesbury, MA

#10 Apr 11, 2011
okay before people go out thier way to judge on an incident they clearly have NO IDEA about GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT and then take time out of your day to comment.

*AND TO WHITE TRASH YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW SHE LOST HER BROTHER YOU SOUND SO IGNORANT AND UNINTELLIGENT DO YOUR HOMEWORK AND KEEP HER SON OUT OF IT PERIOD. ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU HAVE NOT A CLUE ABOUT ANY PART OF HER LIFE. IF YOU WERE GROWN AND HAD AN ADULT MANTALITY YOU WOULD UNDERSTAND THERE IS ALWAYS TWO SIDES TO EVERY STORY. DO YOU EVEN KNOW HER? STATE YOUR NAME.
Butthead

Everett, MA

#11 Apr 12, 2011
They said "Mantality"! Huh huh, huh huh ....
Whats the point

Wayland, MA

#12 Apr 12, 2011
We'll give you the "mantallity" error, but the facts so far are from the "Boston Globe" for all to read. We will all be on the look-out for a retraction from them. As far as two sided to every story?..Unfortunately, Lisa is deceased and Edmund is seriously injured from the crash. Hopefully he will survive and be able to give "his" side.
Really, TEAM DINA, take a look at the article. "no valid drivers license, failed sobriety test, narcotics in her vehicle, out on bail for prostitution, struck the car from behind, warrant for her arrest, etc." This is what "forum bloggers" are going by. Take blame with the Boston Globe!
really

Natick, MA

#13 Apr 12, 2011
if any of you idiots were in a terrible car accident you would fail a stupid little sobriety test too,clearly your not in the right state of mind mentally,physically.you will see sooner or later.all these articles are bullshit.and maybe if they had their seatbelts on they wouldn't be hurt.yeah she didn't have a license and has done shit in the past,but thats all you can say negative about her.
God Bless

AOL

#14 Apr 12, 2011
How horrible
Rug Doctor

Boston, MA

#15 Apr 12, 2011
really wrote:
if any of you idiots were in a terrible car accident you would fail a stupid little sobriety test too,clearly your not in the right state of mind mentally,physically.you will see sooner or later.all these articles are bullshit.and maybe if they had their seatbelts on they wouldn't be hurt.yeah she didn't have a license and has done shit in the past,but thats all you can say negative about her.
Here's the easiest FACT to understand and I hope you will understand it (those who know this woman personally). She did not have a valid driver's license at the time of the crash!!! Why was she driving? If she's not driving the accident NEVER happens, a person WOULD STILL BE ALIVE, another person WOULD NOT BE IN THE HOSPITAL WITH SERIOUS INJURIES!!
E-town

Brookline Village, MA

#16 Apr 12, 2011
if it looks and smells like sh*t, it's probably shit.

Take a look at this girls Facebook page -- all you need is a quick little look for some 'face-validity'

lock her up forever.
RIP Lisa

AOL

#17 Apr 12, 2011
Lisa was a wonderful person. She worked hard all her life. She valued family. She was always happy and always had kind words for people. She was a religious woman. Life isn't fair. A drunk, drug addicted, hooker kills one of the most wonderful people who walked this earth and she gets out of the car unharmed. God must have needed an angel because that's the only thing I can think of as to why such a good person was taken so soon.
update pictures posted

Boston, MA

#18 Apr 12, 2011
Massachusetts woman arraigned in DUI fatality case
By Karen Florin

Publication: theday.com

A 26-year-old Massachusetts woman appeared in New London Superior Court this morning on charges she was driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs Friday when her car was involved in an accident on Interstate 395 that resulted in the death of a passenger in another vehicle.

Dina Senibaldi of Everett, who has a history of prostitution charges in several states, is charged with driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated. She was also charged with possession of marijuana, possession of narcotics, possession of narcotics not in the original container and driving without a license.

Lisa Delprete, 45, of New Haven was pronounced dead at Lawrence & Memorial Hospital following the 11 p.m. accident in the soutbound lane of I-395 near exit 77 in Waterford.

Edmund Davis, the driver of the car in which Delprete was riding, suffered head and chest injuries and was transferred to Yale-New Haven Hospital, where he was listed in fair condition Monday.

According to state police, Davis was traveling south in the right lane when he was struck from behind by Senibald's car. Davis lost control of the car, which struck the wire rope guard and rolled onto its side.

State police are continuing to investigate the accident, and it is unclear whether additional charges will be lodged. Senibaldi had blood-shot eyes and slurred speech following the accident, state police said. She failed a field sobriety test at the scene and later refused to submit to urine or blood tests. Police said they found plastic bags containing oxycodone pills and marijuana in her property. A passenger in Senibaldi's car, Marirose Lynch, also of Everett, was treated at L&M for a cut to her forehead.

Judge Kevin P. McMahon set Senibald's bond at $75,000 and continued the case to April 14. She has retained defense attorney Michael Blanchard and family members who were present at her arraignment said they expected to post her bond. Senibaldi has a pending case in Massachusetts for two counts of prostitution and two counts of providing a false name. She also has a number of prostitution charges pending in New Jersey and a case in Florida, according to bail commissioner Timothy Gilman.
mike

Brookline Village, MA

#19 Apr 12, 2011
sounds like a real waste of life. hope she ends up in electric chair where she undoubtedly belongs.

many prayers to all families affected here.
RIP Lisa

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#20 Apr 12, 2011
update pictures posted wrote:
Judge Kevin P. McMahon set Senibald's bond at $75,000 and continued the case to April 14. She has retained defense attorney Michael Blanchard and family members who were present at her arraignment said they expected to post her bond.
Her family should not post her bond. They are enabling her. She needs to stay in jail so her body can detox from the drugs and alcohol. Sometimes jail is the only place that these people are able to get off drugs and also stay sober.
mike

Brookline Village, MA

#21 Apr 12, 2011
to Team Dina:

2 sides to every story, huh? Can't wait to hear the side from a girl whose track record includes Prostitution, guns, and drugs. Save taxpayer money and fry her.

'Senibaldi has pending court cases in Massachusetts for two counts of prostitution, two counts of providing a false name and a firearm identification violation. She also has a number of prostitution convictions in New Jersey, and Florida officials have an outstanding warrant for her arrest, according to bail commissioner Timothy Gilman.'

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