Ex-Rindge cop charged with sexually assaulting girl to plead to lesser charges
The criminal investigation began when a priest whom Vargas-Cifrino had confided in shared information with the Rindge Police Department. When Vargas-Cifrino learned of an internal investigation, he resigned from the department after having worked there for 11 years, Rindge Police Chief Frank C. Morrill said in August.
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