The second of two men arrested in Rockland last August for planning a series of burglaries has been convicted.

Timothy Dellentash, 43, of Portland was sentenced July 11 in Knox County Superior Court to four months in jail for criminal attempt. A charge of aggravated criminal mischief was dismissed.

Last week, co-defendant Michael J. Warner II, 32, of Portland was sentenced for his involvement in the case.

There were also cases filed against the pair in other counties but the outcome of those cases was not immediately available.

The pair was charged with cutting telephone lines belonging to Fairpoint Communications and attempted burglary at a Circle K convenience store in Rockland. When the pair was arrested Aug. 6, 2010, police said the two men were in possession of burglary tools and had a list of businesses around the region.

The arrests came after a resident on Bay View Square noticed the two men park their car shortly after midnight on the street and then walk away from the vehicle.

The following other cases were closed in Knox County Superior Court from July 8 through July 15.

Justin R. Dennison, 34, Rockland, possession of drugs, $1,000 fine; trafficking in drugs, dismissed.

Rachel Pendleton Gurley, 34, Portland, probation violation, 30 days in jail.

Shane T. Preston, 32, Rockland, failing to report, four months in jail.