A Rhode Island man convicted of killing a young boy in 1975 has been released from prison and sent to a state mental health facility.
Rhode Island lawmakers will soon take up legislation that could delay the release of a man convicted of killing a 5-year-old to give officials more time to review his case.
A Rhode Island state senator is proposing a bill that would delay the expected release of the convicted killer of a 5-year-old to give officials more time to review his case.
About 250 people demonstrated in Wakefield to support the victims of a child killer who’s expected to be released from prison later this year.
When convicted killers get “time off” for “good behavior”, is it a wonder why people lose faith in the criminal justice system?Dan Rea offers his thoughts in this commentary.
The father of a 5-year-old boy slain by a neighbor in 1975 says he’ll kill the man who was convicted if he is released early from a 40-year sentence.