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Barrington police fielded complaints about a series of disputes between neighbors last week: • On Tuesday, April 20, police received a call from a Promenade Street resident at about 10 … more
Barrington Police Chief Dino DeCrescenzo said a resident’s proposal to convert the fleet of police vehicles to Tesla electric cars is bit out-dated. The proposal, created by Magnus Thorsson, … more
Barrington Police responded to Hampden Meadows School at about 5:10 p.m. on Saturday, April 17, after receiving an alert from the alarm company that motion had been detected inside the … more
Officials from a youth sports league in Barrington had to spend time picking up dog feces from an athletic field on Sowams Road before they could allow boys and girls to use the field last … more
The Barrington Town Council approved the purchase of a new, used harbor patrol boat during the April 5 meeting. Barrington Police Chief Dino DeCrescenzo requested approval for the purchase, … more
Barrington Police Chief Dino DeCrescenzo has a message for Barrington residents: Do not leave anything valuable in your cars overnight. For weeks, the town has been plagued by a series of … more
Barrington police responded a variety of calls last week, including one about the new tennis courts at Barrington Middle School. The school resource officer was called to the new tennis courts at … more
Barrington Police have located the 74-year-old Barrington man who was reported missing earlier this week. Police said Michael Dalessio was found in West Palm Beach, Fla., and he is doing … more
A 74-year-old Barrington man who suffers from schizophrenia was reported missing earlier this week. The sister of Michael Dalessio said her brother was last seen on Monday morning, March 22. … more
Barrington residents from various neighborhoods reported attempted car break-ins last week. On Wednesday, March 10, Barrington police received a phone call from an Anthony Road resident who said … more
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