Jay Gaccione was arrested after a November raid.
Donna Travis’s attorney calls the mistake inadvertent.
The treasurer called it “unconscionable” to spend more than $30,000 on the firm.
Some tribe members claim the Charlestown clan has a $2.5 million deficit.
Some tribal members say they have been asking for a federal investigation for months.
Police were seen outside the tribe’s administration building on Thursday as members continued their occupation.
A conference call on a motion for temporary restraining order is scheduled for Thursday.
Tribal leadership has disputed two straight council elections.
Issues involving dumped debris, bankruptcy and security deposits have plagued defendant in Vaughn lawsuit.
Linda Davis Griffin also recently pleaded guilty in a bankruptcy case that involved a $192,000 judgment.
The town’s mayor said at this point the employee’s driving record has not provoked increased insurance premiums.
According to advocate going from prison to the streets could trigger some to re-offend.
Heath Hobson said he had to fight to make the government keep the Army’s promise.
The driver in a serious crash on Route 6 in Providence received one of the hundreds of texting while driving tickets written this year.
“Unfortunately these dissident members have attempted to perpetrate a fraud on their fellow tribal members, as well as the media and the gen…
One defendant allegedly threatened to send a sex video of the other defendant to his wife.
The plea agreement does not mention the sex trafficking charges.
Medical Center director denies the hospital has cleanliness issues.
Chief Sachem Matthew Thomas has stayed in power despite an impeachment last month.
The VAMC spokesperson insists pictures do not depict the current state of cleanliness in the facility.
The business received a $150,000 loan and is now more than 200 days late on payments.
Emails included conversations about partner-swapping. Superintendent says children were never at risk.
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Hillsdale Trailer Park residents who paid faithfully for decades want to know where the money went.
A leading good government group says Providence should have been more transparent.