Sunday May 19
State Police Reports & Legal Logs: Bench Warrant and Affidavit
Hope Valley Barracks On Saturday May 4, at 10:34 a.m., Troopers arrested Ashlee C. Andrade, 24, of 21 Hickory Drive, North Kingstown, on an affidavit and arrest warrant for conspiracy for breaking and entering originating out of Warwick Police Department.
Police Log: Nails, Scrap Metal & A Missing Dirtbike
Missing dirt bike A Ten Rod Road resident told police on Monday, May 6, his motorcycle, a 2006 Honda dirtbike, had been taken from his yard.
State Trooper Log: Assault, Burglary and Suspended License Arrests
Editor's note: The following reports were posted on the RI State Police website this week: Troopers arrest city man in West Greenwich for skipping court on Woonsocket assault charge, Lincoln reckless driving charge At 2:50 p.m. May 14, Troopers arrested Ricky Caro, age 28, of 565 Rathbun Street, Woonsocket, RI, for 1.) Providence Superior Court ... (more)
RI gets $654,000 in federal fire safety funding
Rhode Island is the recipient of over $654,000 in competitive federal grants for household fire prevention efforts, equipment upgrades and training.
The Providence Journal
Verdict returned: Elderly home in Hope Valley offers best-tasting water in RI
A panel of three judges, after sniffing and sipping close to a dozen samples of water from around Rhode Island, voted the Canonchet Cliffs Water Assocation in Hope Valley as the best in the state.
State Police Reports & Legal Logs - April/May 2013: DUI, Warrant and Reckless Driving
Hope Valley Barracks On April 22 at 1:37 a.m., Troopers arrested Keith Shalvey, 32, of 14 Sheri Dr., Coventry, RI for a Superior Court Full Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear for a Pre Trial Conference for Possession of Schedule I-V originating out of the Richmond Police Department.
Carriage Barn Mini Storage Gets Approval for Expansion in Hope Valley, R.I.
Self-storage operator Carriage Barn Mini Storage in Hope Valley, R.I., received approval from the planning board last week to expand the facility.
Arrest Log: April 17-24 - Shoplifting, Vandalism and More
Craig D. Benford. 48, 285 Potters Ave., Providence, charged with shoplifting, vandalism, duty to stop-accident resulting and operating a motor vehicle without evidence of insurance on April 18 at 8:07 a.m. Vincent Butler, 21, 418 Washington St., Apt.