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Molestation Suspect Due in Court Today

Lance Nicoletti, 26, of Smithfield, faces a first-degree molestation charge following his arrest by Johnston Police on Aug. 24.

 

A bail hearing is scheduled today for the Smithfield man in Johnston.

arrested Lance Nicoletti, 26, on Aug. 24 following what officers described as a "disturbance" at a local home.

Nicoletti is currently being held at the Adult Correctional Institutions, Cranston, for violating terms of probation set for an earlier charge of making crank or obscene phone calls.

A pre-arraignment conference is scheduled for Oct. 26 on the felony charge.

Peter A. Filippi III September 13, 2012 at 06:24 PM
This nonsense has been going on for millenniums, yet we fail to truly address this issue in earnest. Ted Bundy wrote just before being put to death that pornography took him over the edge and transformed him into a demon. We need to understand what inclines these sick people and address the issue head on. The First Amendment has nothing to do with the right to promote immorality, violence, perversion or being vulgar etc… Send him to Singapore too…
Get This September 14, 2012 at 02:42 PM
You know what else has been going on for millenniums too? People that are ready to accuse, point fingers and call names... without knowing the person or the person/ girlfriend that is accusing him of this crime. I have seen, heard and met some pretty sick liars in my day too, who will say and do just about anything..... So, before u buy him a ticket to Singapore, let it be sorted out in court first.....So put ur stones down for now!
Peter A. Filippi III September 14, 2012 at 04:48 PM
Get This, I agree. It goes without saying. But the crux of my position still stands and is based on logic that you clearly dismissed???
Get this September 19, 2012 at 11:57 AM
I didn't dismissed anything..But what u've dismissed is that, I known him and u don't.
Peter A. Filippi III September 19, 2012 at 02:36 PM
Get This; I hope with all my being that he is not guilty because it is such a horrible crime. And yes out of frustration with our liberal laws I did find him guilty before the facts because I took into conservation the obscene phone calls and that he was on probation. Again, I hope he did not do that crime
Elizabeth Rose September 25, 2012 at 09:09 PM
Amen! People are always quick to jump on the bandwagon of the trending gossip instead of using their individual brain to acquire and process the facts for themselves. I genuinely hope this young man didn't do this and I will presume him INNOCENT until completely proven guilty without all the changes the mother's story had since the beginning of this ordeal. Isn't that what the law says we should do?

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