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This listing contains user-submitted reports documenting historically significant events and personal experiences at 130 Caswell Street, Narragansett, RI, US, including reports of criminal activity, homicides, deaths, famous residents, and alleged paranormal occurrences. If you have more information about this address, let us know.

reported events that occurred at 130 Caswell Street on May 7th, 2013

Robert M. Taylor, 45, 485 Plainfield St., No. 204, Providence, was ordered held without bail during his arraignment on domestic murder charges in Fourth Division District Court Wednesday. Narragansett Police allege he murdered his mother, Allison Taylor, 65, of 130 Caswell St., Narragansett. Taylor appeared in court still wearing his blue hospital scrubs from his overnight stay in the psychiatric unit at Rhode Island Hospital, where he was arraigned before a justice of the peace. He also had bandages on both his wrists. Unable to afford an attorney, the court will provide him a public defender. Wednesday morning, Police Chief F. Dean Hoxsie confirmed Taylor had been arrested, and that human remains had been found in a Dumpster on Caswell Street.



Affidavit gives gruesome details of Narragansett killing

Robert Taylor is accused of killing his mother, dismembering her, and dumping the remains in a trash container. Allison Taylor, 65, lived in an apartment at 130 Caswell St. It's where police questio

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