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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Patriarca family consigliere sentenced to 5 years for nightclub assault

Convicted murderer Anthony Parrillo was sentenced Monday to 15 years, 5 to serve, at the Adult Correctional Institutions in Cranston, for assaulting a couple in 2011.

A judge found Parrillo guilty of the felony assault in a bench trial back in November 2015.

Parrillo, 65, was charged in connection with an incident on Atwells Avenue in Providence’s Federal Hill. A man and woman told authorities they were attacked by bouncers outside of the now-closed “Club Two Nine Five.”

The judge had dismissed a second count of felony assault earlier in the case.

Parillo was remanded to the ACI immediately after sentencing. He’s known to be an associate of the Patriarca crime family, and pleaded guilty in 1986 to the 1982 murder of two men involving a drug deal; he was released to home confinement in 1994.

In 1997, Parrillo was profiled in a Target 12 Investigation revealing he was working as a Teamster on the Michael Corrente film “Outside Providence.” Undercover video showed Parrillo acting as a bodyguard and driver to film star Alec Baldwin.

At the time, law enforcement sources identified Parrillo as a close associate to then-mob boss Luigi “Baby Shacks” Manocchio.



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