Tuesday, March 12, 2019

'Bobo' Marrapese son sues for false arrest - Update

The son of the late Rhode Island mobster Frank “Bobo” Marrapese Jr. has filed a lawsuit alleging he was falsely imprisoned on a warrant for his father. 41-year-old Frank Marrapese III is suing Cranston police, the state prison and former Attorney General over his February 2017 arrest.

Marrapese says in his lawsuit he was held for a weekend after a traffic stop over tinted car windows. He says the arrest caused “mental duress, fear of police, going to jail for breathing.”
Michael Marrapese, 40, a son of the late Mafia capo Frank “Bobo” Marrapese, was arrested on a murder charge after police discovered the body of his ex-girlfriend at the apartment they once shared. Police had responded to the apartment for domestic disturbances.

Frank Marrapese III, another son of Frank “Bobo” Marrapese, is suing the Cranston police, the Adult Correctional Institutions, and the former attorney general.
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