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Pelino pleads to wage theft and check fraud, must repay former...

PROVIDENCE – A former Warwick business owner pleaded on Sept. 9 in Providence County Superior Court to wage theft and check fraud charges after...

Former R.I. law firm employee to plead guilty to federal fraud,...

PROVIDENCE - A former bookkeeper and office manager for a Rhode Island law firm will plead guilty to federal charges of bank fraud, wire...

Former Providence attorney sentenced for mail fraud, pension theft

PROVIDENCE – Oleg Nikolyszyn, a former city attorney who fraudulently collected pension funds in the name of a former client following the man’s death,...

Chiropractor sentenced to 3 years probation, fined $75K for tax evasion

PROVIDENCE – Leonard Marino, president of Chiropractic Associates LLC in Providence, was sentenced in U.S. District Court to three years probation and fined $75,000...

Providence man sentenced to 5 years in prison for possession, distributing...

PROVIDENCE – A Providence man found to be in possession of more than 100 grams of fentanyl was sentenced Feb. 7 to five years...

Man indicted for allegedly breaking in, setting fire to Woonsocket business

PROVIDENCE – A man has been federally indicted on a charge of arson for allegedly breaking into a Woonsocket manufacturing plant and setting fires...
THE U.S. ATTORNEY'S Office for the District of Rhode Island announced Thursday that it collected $3.3 million in criminal and civil actions during the 2019 fiscal year. / COURTESY CAROL M. HIGHSMITH

U.S. Attorney’s Office for District of R.I. collects $3.3M during FY...

PROVIDENCE – The District of Rhode Island collected more than $3.3 million in criminal and civil actions during the 2019 fiscal year, U.S. Attorney...

Pawtucket man sentenced to 2.5 years in jail for role in...

PROVIDENCE – Shawn Whitfield, of Pawtucket, has been sentenced to 2½ years in prison for his role in a Jamaica-based telemarketing scam that was...

CDE, Winsor Hill Hauling owners sentenced for telling employees to falsify...

PROVIDENCE – The owners of two former trucking companies that carried waste and scrap metal through Rhode Island and Massachusetts were each sentenced to...
WAS THE BANKRUPTCY filing of Purdue Pharma a way the owners of the company, the Sackler family, could protect their personal fortunes from the effects of the more than 2,000 lawsuits that have been filed against the company and the Sacklers? / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/GEORGE FREY

Did the Sackler family take money out of Purdue Pharma for...

When Purdue Pharma LP filed for bankruptcy on Sept. 15, it was in no small measure to blunt the effects of the more then...

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