Archive - Aug 28, 2012
CENTRAL FALLS(AP) â€” Police say a body pulled from the Blackstone River in Central Falls last week is that of a 31-year-old man reported missing from a treatment center.
Police said Tuesday the body found in the river was that of Marvin Reynolds.
Reynolds had been reported missing by Gateway Healthcare, Inc. on Aug. 18. Police issued a warrant for his arrest because he was required as a condition of his parole to remain in one of Gateway's facilities.
CENTRAL FALLS â€” Police in Central Falls made an arrest Tuesday in a double shooting that occurred in the area of Illinois Street and Hedley Avenue at around noon time Monday.
The unidentified shooting victims, a male and a female, were taken by ambulance to Rhode Island Hospital where they were treated for minor gunshot wounds and released, according to Police Maj. James J. Mendonca.
Charles R. Mooney
PAWTUCKET - Charles Robert Mooney, 74, of Elder Street, passed away Sunday, August 26, 2012 in the Rhode Island Hospital. He was the husband of Barbara A. (Chretien) Mooney and they had been married for the past 48 years.
Born in Cumberland, he was the son of the late Alfred and Evelyn (Follows) Mooney. He resided in Pawtucket for the past 46 years.
Mr. Mooney was a United States Army Veteran, serving during the Korean War.
Charles was employed as tool setter for the Fulford Manufacturing Company of East Providence for many years until his retirement.
Linda May Goyette
CUMBERLAND - Linda May Goyette, 53, of North Attleboro, formerly of Canning Street, Cumberland, passed away MONDAY at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
Born in Pawtucket, she was the daughter of Robert Curran and the late Edna (Roberts) Curran. She resided in North Attleboro for the past 3 years, previously residing in Cumberland.
She was employed as laser operator for the Needletech Inc. of North Attleboro for the past three years. She was previously employed for many years at Texas Instruments.
Marilynn E. Brown
LINCOLN - Marilynn E. Brown, 67, of Lincoln, died Monday at home. She was the wife of Robert C. Brown.
Born in Mahattan NY, she came to Lincoln in 1956 and has lived in the same house her grandparents bought in the late 1800s when they immigrated from Ireland. She was a daughter of the late William and Mary (Sullivan) Downing.