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April 2nd

Man charged with brutal rape

April 2, 2014

WOONSOCKET – A 21-year-old woman was beaten, choked, raped with a bottle and held captive in her bathroom during a two-hour ordeal in her apartment Tuesday, police said.
Leopoldo Belen, 33, was to be arraigned in District Court today on multiple charges, including forcible rape with an object, domestic kidnapping and domestic rape, police said.
Belen has an extensive police record that dates back years and was sentenced to serve two years of an eight-year sentence at the ACI in 2008 on Providence police charges of felony domestic assault, according to the judiciary’s web site.

April 1st

Local firefighters to pay their respects to fallen brothers

April 1, 2014

Hundreds of firefighters representing fire departments throughout the Blackstone Valley will be traveling today and tomorrow to attend the funerals of fallen Boston Firefighters Edward Walsh and Michael Kennedy, who were killed one week ago in a nine-alarm fire in Boston’s Back Bay.
The Blackstone Valley’s Massachusetts contingent is being coordinated by Northbridge Fire Chief Gary Nestor, who invited several valley fire departments, including Uxbridge, Blackstone and Millville, to travel to Boston on a 55-seat bus donated by Donald Menard of Foxy Travel in Whitinsville.

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