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Parole board blasted

November 19, 2013

WOONSOCKET – After serving 13 years of his 35-year sentence, thrill-killer Alfred A. Brissette Jr. was paroled from the state prison Tuesday to a halfway house in Narragansett.
Dave Mellon, president of the Rhode Island Brotherhood of Correctional Officers, criticized Brissette’s release, calling it “a get out of a jail free card” issued by the parole board.
“This is worse than good time,” he said. “This is just the parole board showing no accountability.”

BREAKING NEWS: Woman in crosswalk hit by car

November 19, 2013

WOONSOCKET – A woman was taken by ambulance to Landmark Medical Center after she was hit by a car while crossing the street in front of City Hall Tuesday afternoon.
Witnesses say the woman was using a crosswalk when she tried to cross Main Street around 3:25 p.m. A woman was driving a BMW heading towards the traffic light when she allegedly hit the woman, described by witnesses as being in her mid-30s.
“This lady was crossing and all of sudden she got hit and dropped to the floor,” said one witness. “She was lying on her side screaming, ‘I’m hurt.”

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