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IVERTON — Tiverton Police Department Lieutenant Timothy Panell walked out of the courthouse in Newport last Thursday morning a mostly free man after Second District Court Judge Colleen Hastings dismissed all but one of 58 criminal misdemeanor charges against him. On the single remaining charge — Count 1, obtaining money under false pretenses — Lieutenant Panell was allowed to "maintain a plea of not guilty," said his lawyer, Norman L. Landroche Jr. in a brief interview following the court proceeding. more
TIVERTON — Second District Court Judge Colleen Hastings dismissed all but one of 58 criminal misdemeanor charges against Tiverton Police Department Lieutenant Timothy Panell Thursday morning in a plea agreement filed with the court Thursday. On the remaining charge — Count 1, obtaining money under false pretenses — Lieutenant Panell was allowed to "maintain a plea of not guilty," said Lt. Panell's lawyer, Norman L. Landroche Jr., following the court proceeding. more
Saturday, May 27 At 2:28 a.m., Michael D. Ferrara Jr., 25, of Warren was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. At 3:52 a.m., Brian Kelley, 47, of Milton, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. Pamela A. Levakis, 54, of 100 Lewis Street, Tiverton, was charged at 11:20 a.m. with violating a no-contact order, resisting arrest, and simple assault. more
TIVERTON — Five new Tiverton police officers were sworn in before Memorial Day weekend as they prepared to begin the final field training phase of the probationary period of their employment with the department. After their hire in January, they began formal training at the Rhode Island Municipal Police Academy, and upon completion of the academy's 26-week program on May 26, were certified and sworn in, so that they could begin their on-duty field training, which normally takes about 12 weeks. more
Tuesday, May 16 At 5:14 p.m., a 17-year old Tiverton boy was charged with possession of marijuana, first offense. A Randolph Avenue caller at 8:36 p.m. reported "loud people screaming." The investigating officer reported "those parties are grilling in their driveway and garage, asked them to keep it down, they said they would." At 9:03 p.m., police noted a "second call about loud noise and music at residence." Complainant did not want to speak with an officer. At 9:29 p.m., the officer reported "those parties closed their garage door, shouldn't have any further issues." more
WESTPORT — Perturbed that he had to wait while an accident was cleared, a Westport man is accused of punching and then biting an officer who told him to get back into his car. The officer, … more
A motorcycle driver who crashed into a town police cruiser at high speed last summer is suing the police officer over the manner in which that cruiser was used as a roadblock. Derek V. Pereira, … more
PORTSMOUTH — Police charged a Middletown woman Monday night with two felony assault charges after she allegedly struck her ex-boyfriend with a wooden bat, sending him to the … more
TIVERTON — A Tiverton police raid on a Main Road barber shop Tuesday netted a considerable amount of heroin and led to the arrest of the shop owner, Jesse Rego, 39, of 138 Briarwood Ave., … more
PORTSMOUTH — A Middletown man broke into a barn on church property so he could charge his cell phone and electronic tablet, according to police. more
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