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Man lying in R.I. Dunkin’ Donuts drive-thru run over and killed, police say
BRISTOL, R.I. (AP) — Police say a man lying down in the drive-thru lane of a Rhode Island coffee shop has been run over and killed.Bristol police say the man was run over at about 2 a.m. Wednesday at a Dunkin’ Donuts shop in town.Chief Josue Canario says the victim was run over by a truck driven by
Dog Found Abandoned, Dying With Corn Cob Lodged in Intestine
Twix, a 4-year-old pit bull mix, was found vomiting and dehydrated along Route 28 near Blue Hills Reservation in Milton.
Person in Dunkin' drive-thru lane hit by truck, dies
BRISTOL, R.I. (WPRI) — A person lying in a Dunkin Donuts drive-thru lane was run over by a delivery truck early Wednesday morning, Bristol police said.
Police: Infant left in running vehicle at Twin River; mom charged
The child is reported to be in fair condition at Hasbro Children's Hospital. The Department of Children, Youth and Families was contacted and took custody of the baby, police said.
Carjacker Arrested Wednesday In Cranston Police Say: Watch Video
CRANSTON, RI—Cranston police are confirming one person was arrested Wednesday. According to Maj. Todd Patalano, "we had a carjacking in the area of Elmwood Avenue and made an arrest shortly thereafter." The accused person's name and other details will be released later, he said.
Norwood Man Arrested Twice In 24 Hours By Taunton PD
Ricky Araujo, 28, faces charges of disorderly conduct for both arrests and an additional charge of disturbing the peace for the second arrest,according to the Taunton Daily Gazette.
Warwick police: Homeless man shot woman through door
Police Chief Col. Stephen McCartney said Richard Wade, 37, fired shots through the front glass door of the home across the street hitting a female resident inside. The woman was rushed to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Trainer Reveals New Details About Death of Ex-Patriot's Dog
Amelia Ferreira, 41, of Cranston, Rhode Island,told the Sun Chroniclein an email Tuesday that she was a "coward for not being honest" and "allowed fear to cloud my judgment and made decisions that hurt other people."
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Man sends police to family's home after threatening to kill hostages in prank
"Eight hostages, he's going to kill them all in 10 minutes," audio from the police scanner said. "He wants $10,000."
UMass Dartmouth professor hopes to erase food insecurity on South Coast
Working with Southcoast Serves, Shea is building an app with two components, the first calledFood Finderthat will allow people without reliable nutrition to find food in the region. The second component, Food Alert, will give organizations that have food a way to advertise that is available. The web
ACI on lockdown after officer finds 'unidentified white powder'
"As a safety and security agency, we are prepared and have procedures in place for such incidents. We are following those protocols, organizing first responders, and taking appropriate safety measures," Ventura said in a statement to Eyewitness News.
Suspects in East Providence shooting arraigned
By: Chloe Leshnercleshner@abc6.com@ChloeLeshnerEAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) -- The two men arrested in connection to Friday's midday shooting in East Providence faced a judge today. Police are now calling it a robbery gone bad.East Providence police aren't giving away too much but say the 2 suspects
West Nile Virus Found in New Bedford Mosquito
NEW BEDFORD — The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) has notified the New Bedford Health Department of the finding of West Nile Virus in a primarily bird-biting mosquito sample obtained in the area of Oak Grove Cemetery, located at 185 Parker Street in New Bedford. In response to these
ACI put on lock down as a result of a hazmat situation
By: News StaffEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @ABC6CRANSTON, R.I. (WLNE) - The ACI was locked down on Tuesday after a Correctional Officer found an unidentified white powder.The officer found this powder in an envelope at the Intake Service Center.First responders and Cranston Fire Department’s Hazardo
Lincoln school employee arrested on felony drug charges
CRANSTON, R.I. (WPRI) -- A Lincoln School Department employee is on leave and facing serious drug charges, according to Lincoln Superintendent Lawrence Filippeli.
Report: Immigration agencies set 'traps'
A newspaper is revealing new information related to the case of a Providence woman who was detained by immigration officials.TheBoston Globe reportedthat immigration agencies set up "traps" to get immigrants seeking citizenship into immigration offices. The strategy led to detainments and deportatio
Suspect arrested in burglary of coin shop
Mark W. Goodinson, 54, was charged with receiving stolen property worth more than $1,200, police Capt. Frank John said in a press release.
Man threatened to kill ‘hostages’ in apparent prank, police say
BRIDGEWATER, Mass. —Officers carrying rifles surrounded the home in the quiet cul-de-sac neighborhood.The Enterprisereports they were given an ultimatum – deliver $10,000 to the house or eight supposed hostages inside would die.AdvertisementWhat was a tense situation early Tuesday morning on Aldrich
An Eagles fan is trolling the Patriots with a billboard near Gillette Stadium
They just can’t quit gloating.A Philadelphia Eagles fan who apparently lives in Massachusetts is trolling the New England Patriots by purchasing an electronic billboard ad on Route 1 near Gillette Stadium that exults in the Eagles’ Super Bowl win over the Pats in February.Those who are flocking to F