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Tractor-trailer theft ring now faces federal charges
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. Four men accused in a tractor-trailer theft ring that operated in Massachusetts and Rhode Island are now facing federal charges.

Prosecutors allege the four, all from Rhode Island, stole trailers with toys and electronics from K-B Toys in Franklin (Massachusetts), and mattresses from a store in Sharon (Massachusetts). The goods have an estimated worth of 75-thousand dollars.

The men were arrested last month in Rhode Island.

The accused are: Daniel Stone and Danilo Nunez, both of North Providence; Alvin Perry of Cranston; and James Marsden of Pawtucket.

They face various charges related to conspiracy to steal and interstate transport.

The charges are being reviewed by a grand jury.

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