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BATH SALTS Officer Nicholas Reay said a man on a stretcher outside the Stop & Shop on Quaker Lane told him he might have taken some “bath salts” before he went on a 90-minute mini-rampage in … more
The sun rises over the remains of the old Rocky …
If it seems like the cleanup of Rocky Point should have started by now, the reason is the work to be done originally has been expanded. Initially, the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) … more
HERO OF WARWICK VETS HIGH: School Committee …
Tuesday night in a surprise decision, the School Committee unanimously voted to table a vote on the recommendation to re-purpose Warwick Veterans Memorial High School as a junior high and close … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. CONSPIRACY Officer Zachary Davis reported stopping two men on Toll Gate Road around 3:15 p.m. on July 29 who matched … more
DUI OR REFUSAL Officer Keri-Ann Leighton reported stopping a van on Post Road for driving erratically on Jan. 11. She said she immediately smelled alcohol as she spoke with the driver. She also … more
THOMAS JAMES "TJ" KYLE
Thomas James “TJ” Kyle, 13, an eighth grader at Gorton, says he feels like a whole new man. After suffering seizures, intense bouts of anxiety, loss of appetite, hallucinations, tics, and … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. MISSING STICKERS A Warwick man told police he parked the Ford Ranger he used for work at the Systech International … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. LARCENIES Officer Thomas Duncan reported taking a vandalism report from a resident of Adams Street on June 23. The man … more
SHOPLIFTING A West Warwick man was charged with shoplifting at Macy’s in Warwick Mall on Jan. 1. Loss prevention told police Paul N. Amaral, 38, of 7 Locust Dr., walked out of the store with a … more
LET’S DO IT: William Roberge told his neighbors …
Give it a chance and then decide if there are problems. That, essentially, was the offer Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) made Tuesday when neighbors turned out to protest a plan to … more
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