PROVIDENCE, RI – Six men alleged to be associated with a criminal enterprise generally known as “the Chad Brown Gang,” including one from Warwick, have been charged by federal indictment with violating […]
Jon Cascella, 49, of Warwick, convicted in December for selling methamphetamine and being a felon in possession of a firearm while drug trafficking, learned he’s been sentenced to 10 years on Thursday.
ATF agents working with local police assigned to the the Rhode Island ATF Task Force have arrested and charged eight people, including a Warwick man, with providing false information and/or made false statements on ATF forms provided to licensed federal firearms dealers in Rhode Island to buy 44 firearms.
A Warwick man faces charges of methamphetamine trafficking and illegal firearm possession after an ATF task force including Warwick Police detectives and Pawtucket Police caught him and another Pawtucket meth dealer, seizing 174 grams of meth, last week.
A Cranston man has pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to detonating a pipe bomb he built from parts purchased in Warwick Oct. 18, 2015 then used it to destroy a refrigerator in a gravel pit in West Greenwich.
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