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Monday, Nov. 5 Police assisted a motorist who ran … more
Two men are facing charges after police said they were caught trying to break into cars in the Kathleen Drive area Thursday night, Nov. 8. Alex B. Correia, 19, of Fall River, and Brendan J. Hilts, … more
Approximately 13 members of the Barrington Police Department have enrolled in the "No Shave November" Awareness Program which takes place during the month of November. "The goal of 'No-Shave … more
Monday, Oct. 29 Police were called to aid the … more
Late last month, a motorist called Barrington police to report an erratic driver on Middle Highway near Barrington Middle School at about 2:10 p.m., which is when school dismisses. Officers … more
A 13-year-old Kickemuit Middle School student is facing a possession of cocaine charge, after school staff allegedly witnessed drug activity in a hallway last Thursday, Nov. 1, and called police. Police … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence Police remain on the lookout for a suspect in the October 17 robbery of a city package store, Liquor Plus located on South Broadway.According to the police … more
Monday, Oct. 22 A Columbus Way resident … more
East Providence and Barrington Police Department officers combined recently to conclude a successful investigation into a string of thefts in both municipalities. Detectives from each department … more
Barrington police charged Alejandro W. Flanagan, 26, of Warren, with disorderly conduct on Friday, Oct. 26. Police received a call from a Barrington resident after she received a threatening text … more
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