Brothers Held Without Bail

A drug bust in East Greenwich led to the arrest of the two siblings.


Robert B. Campellone, 23, and his brother, Kyle Campellone, 22, were arrested last Friday after police searched the East Greenwich home for drugs, according to WPRI.com.

The brothers, whose father was also arrested that day at their Adirondack Drive home, did not enter a plea during their Kent County District Court arraignments.

Their father, Robert E. Campellone, was scheduled to be arraigned yesterday.

According to WPRI.com, Police and federal agents from the Drug Enforcement Agency seized more than 6 pounds of marijuana and more than $31,000 in cash during Friday's raid.

gladys_kravitz June 14, 2012 at 12:42 PM
"Understanding human" - how nice it is of you to claim to be understanding yet your post is full of assumptions and pretentious... "narrow minded house wife" "you're probably 50 years old" "extremely sheltered" "i bet your are one of those people who has never smoked a joint". What a hypocrite!
CBA June 14, 2012 at 03:04 PM
Your statements werent' accusatory...they were insulting. How do you know the poster's age? Occupation?
CBA June 14, 2012 at 03:11 PM
Attention Fellow PatchPosters over 50. It seems that, according to "only in my 20's" poster "An Understanding Human" (!) we are all over the hill, judgemental, windbags ready for the trash heap.....(especially the 'Housewive" out there!). So I've hired a large POD storage unit. We'll be by your homes to pick you up, place you in the POD storage unit and put you in indefinite storage.
Elizabeth McNamara June 14, 2012 at 05:06 PM
Well, as someone who just celebrated her 52nd birthday and who spent a number of "house-wifey" years, I guess I fall into that category. Thanks for coming to my/our defense. We welcome the range of viewpoints (and age brackets) here on EG Patch. Keep 'em coming!
Robert Stone June 17, 2012 at 06:04 PM
It is sickening to think there are those who would support drug dealing in their neighborhood and all the illegal, unsavory, and dangerous situations that come along with it. To any of you who have left comments in any way expressing sympathy for these criminals or the antics of these young men (yes, young men at their ages), or feel some incarceration for their activities is "just unfair", Iwill make you an offer: have them move into your neighborhood and see how long you are willing to put up with speeding cars endangering your children, syringes on your lawn, and the actions of drug-addled idiots. Then see how much tolerance YOU have for it.


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