SKOWHEGAN — A 21-year-old Solon man pleaded guilty to 25 charges of burglary, theft and criminal mischief in Somerset County Superior Court on Monday.

The man, William J. Quattrocchi, said he was responsible for 11 burglaries, nine thefts and five incidents involving criminal mischief last year and early this year. The burglary spree affected 11 victims in Embden, Anson, Solon and New Portland, according to court papers.

Quattrocchi stole various items from 10 different residences, including firearms, tools, an outboard motor, alcohol, chainsaw, DVD player, cordless drills, generator and returnable bottles. While doing so, he damaged doors, a propane heater, copper tubing, a medicine cabinet and two trucks between August 2010 and January, court documents state.

Quattrocchi did not act alone, Assistant District Attorney Brent Davis told Judge John Nivison on Monday. If the case had proceeded to trial, accomplices and brothers Ross Correia and Benjamin Tolman would have testified against Quattrocchi, Davis said.

Correia, 20, and Tolman, 18, both of New Portland, were sentenced in Somerset County Superior Court earlier this month to eight years in prison, with all but 18 months suspended, for similar charges.

Correia was found guilty on 47 separate charges of burglary, theft and criminal mischief. Tolman was convicted on 37 separate counts. They were ordered to pay nearly $20,000 in restitution.

Quattrocchi did not speak in court on Monday except to indicate he understood his rights and the potential penalties against him. His attorney, Phil Mohlar, requested Quattrocchi be sentenced in September to allow him time to prepare for leaving his daughter, who he is responsible for financially.

Nivison scheduled sentencing for Sept. 7. Quattrocchi faces a maximum of 10 years in prison and $20,000 fine.

Erin Rhoda — 612-2368

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