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CF police investigating holiday death as possible homicide

December 26, 2014

CENTRAL FALLS – Police are investigating what may turn out to be the city’s second homicide of 2014 after discovering the body of a Providence man with a head wound on Christmas Day.

The body of Cheikh Diop, 41, was found lying on the ground in front of 17 Parker St. about 6:30 p.m. Police said Diop had apparently somehow suffered a severe laceration to the head.

Police have also charged a man with obstruction while investigating the death, according to wire reports.

Full story appears on page A1 of Saturday's Times.

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December 26, 2014

2014: The year the famous flocked to RI

December 25, 2014

Editor’s note: This is the first in a multi-story series looking back at the memorable events of 2014.

Whether it was stumping for candidates, directing movies or accepting honorary keys to the city, there were plenty of celebrities and big name politicos who visited the Ocean State in 2014.

Guinea pig flees from Facebook tiff

December 22, 2014

PAWTUCKET – A guinea pig got loose and couldn’t be found after a man broke apart the animal’s cage by kicking it in the midst of a heated domestic quarrel Sunday, police said.

Barry Joseph Cartin, 40, of 92 Bates St., is facing charges of unnecessary cruelty to an animal, domestic disorderly conduct, and domestic assault and battery, according to Major Arthur Martins.
The episode came to the attention of the police shortly before noon, when a 42-year-old woman came to police headquarters saying her boyfriend had roughed her up.

Man dies in Pawtucket blaze

December 21, 2014

PAWTUCKET – A local man described to be in his late 50s died after a fire broke out in the kitchen of his 31 Grove St. apartment on Sunday afternoon.

Michael J. Sweeney, chief of investigations for the R.I. Fire Marshal’s Office, said at the scene Sunday that Pawtucket Fire Department companies conducting a fire suppression effort in the first-floor apartment shortly before 2 p.m. encountered the victim in a nearby bedroom.

The man was not breathing and not responsive to efforts to resuscitate him, Sweeney said.

Full story appears on page A1 of Monday's Times and Monday's Call.

 

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