Watertown Man Accused of Slashing 14 Tires at Rhode Island Casino

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A Watertown man turned himself in to Lincoln, R.I., police after he allegedly slashed the tires on 14 vehicles at a Rhode Island Casino.

Security video at Twin River Casino caught a man walking up vehicles and slashed tires, according to a news release from the casino.

Police identified used surveillance and gaming information to identify the suspect as Jeffery C. Parillo, 43, of East Watertown, according to a Providence Journal report.

Parillo turned himself in after police contacted him and said they were going to put out a warrant for his arrest.

See the whole Providence Journal article by clicking here.

2 thoughts on “Watertown Man Accused of Slashing 14 Tires at Rhode Island Casino

  1. How do you determine whether to list the names of those placed under arrest? This article lists a person’s name, but other police log articles just list an age and hometown.

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