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Friday, November 2, 2007

[RI] Where do ex-trooper, judge's son DeRobbio's dv cases go?

Ex-trooper, wife face assault charge in domestic dispute
Providence Journal, RI
Thomas J. Morgan
November 2, 2007
An ex-state trooper who is the son of District Court Chief Judge Albert E. DeRobbio has been charged, along with his wife, with domestic assault after an incident Tuesday evening at the couple's home, according to the police. Albert E. DeRobbio II, 48, and Lori DeRobbio, 45, - were taken into custody... It was not the first time that officers had been summoned to the DeRobbio residence... A Providence County grand jury indicted Albert DeRobbio in 2004 on charges of assault, assault with a dangerous weapon, obstruction of a police officer and witness intimidation... THE DISPOSITION OF THE CHARGES IN THAT CASE COULD NOT BE DETERMINED YESTERDAY. In April 2005, Albert DeRobbio was arrested for violating two restraining orders that barred contact with his wife because of the charges the year before... MCATEE ORDERED DEROBBIO HELD WITHOUT BAIL. WHAT HAPPENED AFTER THAT COULD NOT BE DETERMINED YESTERDAY...


  1. Al DeRobbio Jr.December 17, 2007

    This is Al DeRobbio, and I would like to be interviewed on the truth of this story and every other story they have about me on growing up a judge's son and where my cases go. is my email in which you could reach me at.

    P.S. At least put a nice picture of me.

  2. Send me a nice pic.
    I really prefer photos.


  3. AnonymousJuly 19, 2009

    Late judge's son, Albert DeRobbio Jr., facing charges
    4:53 PM Mon, Jan 05, 2009 |
    Mike McKinney
    By Barbara Polichetti
    Journal staff writer

    Albert E. DeRobbio Jr., son of the late District Court Judge Albert E. DeRobbio Sr., was arrested in Cranston Sunday on misdemeanor charges of domestic disorderly conduct and domestic crank or obscene phone calls, according to police reports.

    Police reports state that DeRobbio's wife, Lori, called Cranston police shortly after 7 p.m. and stated that she had received repeated threatening phone calls from her husband and that he insisted that he was going to stay at her home on Uxbridge Street in Cranston.

    Lori DeRobbio also told the police that her husband threatened her and her family.

    Police officers who went to her home stated that her phone showed evidence of numerous phone calls from DeRobbio, a former state trooper. Also while there, Cranston police observed at least nine more phone calls from him between about 8:26 p.m. and 8:56 p.m.

    According to the police report, Lori DeRobbio told her husband that she did not want to speak to him and the marriage was over.

    DeRobbio was arrested at his wife's home shortly before 10:30 p.m. Police reports list his address as 61 Deerfield Drive, North Scituate.

    Cranston police today declined to comment on the report.

    DeRobbio was held overnight at the Cranston police station for arraignment today in District Court.

    Judge DeRobbio died on Dec. 22.

  4. All the charges were dropped. Lori DeRobbio did not testify because she did not want to lie

  5. What would happen if she told the truth?

  6. To the person who tried to post, if you resubmit your comment without calling whole groups of people (politicians and unions) the name that you called them (starts with a "t") then I can approve your post. :)

  7. Today we are best of friends and both have changed our lives. WITH THE GRACE OF GOD


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