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Monday, May 21 The caretaker of a resident at Kickemuit Village told police that his client had been given a fraudulent check. A … more
Barrington Police Chief John LaCross is reminding residents and non-residents that parking is not permitted along Nayatt Road.  Last weekend, people unable to find parking spaces in the dirt … more
Three Barrington boys were allegedly acting disorderly — swearing and yelling — inside the Dunkin Donuts on County Road on Monday, May 28. Barrington police contacted the boys' parents … more
Portsmouth High School was on lockdown Thursday afternoon after police were called to the school shortly after 1 p.m. for a suspected bomb threat. Police would not release any information on the … more
LINCOLN — The Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy Class of 2018-I held its graduation ceremony recently at the Community College of Rhode Island Flanagan Campus in Lincoln where four … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The 14th Annual East Providence Police Department memorial service takes place on Wednesday evening, May 30, at its headquarters, the Major Alister McGregor Public Safety Complex … more
PORTSMOUTH — A Portsmouth man who was formerly a Newport police officer admitted in federal court in Providence on Thursday of fraudulently converting more than $31,000 in police union … more
PORTSMOUTH — Here are some highlights from the Portsmouth Police reports from over the past week. Thursday, May 17 Joao M. Medeiros, 60, of 3 Johnson Court, Bristol, was charged with … more
PORTSMOUTH — A Portsmouth man was arrested Tuesday, May 22, on charges of distributing fentanyl/oxycodone pills into the local community. more
p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 24.0px Palatino} Monday, May 14 A Norbert Street resident called police after the pet snake got loose. Police were called to the Kickemuit Middle … more
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