Rhode Island: Former Cranston police officer Carmine Giarrusso charged with stalking woman

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    Former Cranston police officer charged with stalking woman

    A former police officer accused in December 2018 of stealing from cars in a church parking lot was arrested this week on domestic stalking and other charges . Carmine Giarrusso, 57, of 26 Gentian Ave., Providence, was arrested at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday by Smithfield detectives, according to a news release from the Smithfield police. Smithfield police Capt. Michael Rheaume confirmed that Giarrusso is a former police officer. News stories in the Providence Journal archives show a Carmine Giarrusso of the same address who worked as a police officer in Cranston. On Feb. 1, the Smithfield police took a complaint from ...

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    Former police officer pleads no contest to stealing from cars

    15 January 2019

    A former Cranston police officer pleaded no contest Tuesday to three counts of larceny and one count of receiving stolen goods connected to charges he stole from people’s cars in two communities. Carmine Giarrusso, 56, of Providence, who was a Cranston police officer from 1987 to 2002, shielded himself behind his attorney for much of his court appearance, during which prosecutors detailed his crimes. Smithfield police said they responded to St. Philip Church at about 8:30 a.m. on Dec. 30 for a report of a man going through cars in the parking lot. When officers arrived they said they found ...