Noisy Coast Guard group gets a visit from Barrington police

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A Barrington resident called police early Sunday morning, April 21, after being disturbed by a group of people who were staying at a Lorraine Street rental property.

The caller told police that a bus had just dropped off a group of people at the large home which overlooks Barrington Beach. According to the report, the group was comprised of Coast Guard officials who had just attended a function in a nearby town. The caller said the group was loud and disrupting the neighborhood.

Police responded to the scene and told the Coast Guard group to quiet down. There were no further complaints about the group.

Lorraine Street

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comn sense

Owners:

LAROCHELLE,, JOHN P. &

CoOwner CAPRIO,, DAVID

Address 1 TURKS HEAD PLACE #1440

Town PROVIDENCE

State RI

ZipCode 02903

Friday, April 26, 2013 | Report this
theduvals

The neighborhood has put up with the inconsiderate guests that rent this house on a weekly basis for far too long. Another summer of rowdy parties, wandering drunks, illegal fireworks at all hours, out of state cars parked up and down the street... how do Caprio and LaRochelle get away with it?

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 | Report this

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