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As Attorney General, Arlene Violet made efforts to implement financial reform.
Joseph Mollicone Jr. was president of the Heritage Loan and Investment Company in Federal Hill.
Joseph Bevilacqua Sr. served as a defense attorney for numerous organized crime members in Providence before he rose to the Chief Justice position in the 1970s.
Dr. Barbara Roberts attended to Raymond Patriarca towards the end of his life.
Louis Manocchio was accused of providing the weapons that killed Rudy Marfeo and Anthony Melei.
Charles Kennedy was a junior member of Tony Fiore's crew of thieves.
Tony Fiore was master thief and member of the Patriarca crime family.
Brian Andrews was a Rhode Island state police detective who spent much of his career tracking Tony Fiore
Vinny Vespia was a state police detective and a key witness for the prosecution in the George Basmajian murder trial.
George Basmajian was a loanshark for the Patriarca crime family and was murdered in a mob hit.
Harold is the older brother of wiseguy Jerry Tillinghast.
Dennis Aiken was an FBI agent who specialized in corruption cases.
Paul DiMaio was the lawyer for wiseguy Jerry Tillinghast.
Joe Paolino was a prominent Democratic politician in Providence.
Robert is one of the eight robbers who were involved in the Bonded Vault heist.
Vincent "Buddy" Cianci Jr. started his career as an assistant attorney general.
Bobby Walason grew up in Oakland Beach, a seedy shore town south of Providence.
Jerry Tillinghast grew up in South Providence, a rough part of town.
Raymond Patriarca ruled Providence for decades as the boss of the New England crime family.