Pawtucket Man Charged with Pawtucket Credit Union Robbery Last Week

PAWTUCKET, R.I. — A local man has been arrested in connection to the Pawtucket Credit Union robbery last week, the police said.

Mario Thompson, 34, of 165 East St., was arrested Friday afternoon as he got off a train at the South Attleboro station.

He was charged with second-degree robbery.

Thompson, who waived extradition to Rhode Island, is being held without bail at the Adult Correctional Institutions as a probation and bail violator.

Thompson was out on bail on unrelated second-degree robbery charges and on probation on charges of possession of a weapon other than a firearm and disorderly conduct.

Read the full story, by Maria Armental, in the Providence Journal Online.


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