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Barrington police charged a 73-year-old Cranston woman with shoplifting-misdemeanor after she allegedly tried to steal eight items from Shaw's Supermarket in the Barrington Shopping Center on Friday, … more
PORTSMOUTH — Here are some highlights from the Portsmouth Police report from over the past week: Thursday, Nov. 29 Lee E. Skalski, 29, of 520 Providence St., West Warwick, was … more
A juvenile and adult are facing charges in connection with a stabbing last Tuesday that left a man with a punctured lung. Mason D. Jones, 19, of 726 Main St., and a juvenile, 15, were each charged … more
PORTSMOUTH — Portsmouth Police Officer Jean Stewart had collected so many donated gifts Saturday that it didn’t look like she’d be able to fit them all in her … more
PORTSMOUTH — A gun that was reported stolen from a Massachusetts home earlier this month was recovered by Portsmouth Police Sunday night at an Island Park bar. According to Detective … more
The Barrington Police Department is looking for the people responsible for igniting a "sparkler bomb" near the intersection of Sowams Road and Barneyville Road on Monday afternoon, Nov. … more
One family’s Thanksgiving got off to a terrible start after police were called to their home on Bay View Avenue. A caller from inside the residence reported a domestic assault at 9:36 a.m. on … more
Barrington Police Chief John LaCross picked up a new title this week: Town manager.  Well, it's actually "acting town manager." The longtime police chief in Barrington is serving as acting … more
A Providence man faces domestic violence charges after Warren police said he broke into an apartment here earlier this month. Luis Matta, 34, turned himself in to District Court on Nov. 13 on an … more
Monday, Nov. 12 A caller reported finding the … more
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