A federal appeals court is considering the appeal of a former North Providence town attorney convicted in a corruption scheme involving three former town
A former Rhode Island insurance adjuster has been sentenced to six months in a halfway house and six months of home confinement for his role in a $40,000 home
FBI recordings were dominated by the voice of John Zambarano and his storytelling.
The Target 12 Investigators obtained the FBI tapes that shook the town of North Providence to its core.
The five men at the center of the scandal and where they are now.
A federal appeals court has denied bail for convicted former North Providence lawyer Robert Ciresi.
Robert Ciresi will now report to federal prison on Sept. 6 unless his appeal for bail is granted.
Robert Ciresi filed with the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston saying his trial judge made a mistake admitting certain evidence.
The government wants a former radio personality imprisoned for her role in a $40,000 insurance fraud scheme.
Former North Providence attorney Robert Ciresi has informed the courts he plan to fight conviction.
A former insurance adjustor snared in a separate corruption probe out of North Providence has admitted guilt to helping file a bogus homeowner’s insurance
The third former North Providence town councilor involved in a bribery scheme was scheduled to report to federal prison Monday.
A former Rhode Island disc jockey changed her tune Thursday, pleading guilty to taking part in an insurance fraud scheme.
Robert Ricci pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy and four counts of mail fraud Wednesday in federal court.
A local radio personality facing fraud charges has agreed to plead guilty.
A former North Providence town councilman who admitted to his role in a bribery scheme was sentenced Tuesday morning to 71 months in prison.