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Former Bristol officer charged with B&E, larceny

Former Bristol officer charged with B&E, larceny

A former Bristol Police officer is facing felony charges after he allegedly broke into his neighbor’s home and stole prescription medication. Spencer Parks, 26, who was reportedly no longer an active officer with the Bristol department, is charged with felony breaking and entering into a dwelling and misdemeanor larceny under $1,500 after he was reportedly

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Bomb, knife suspect unlikely to return to Mt. Hope

The Warren man arrested for having a bomb in his bedroom and bringing a knife to Mt. Hope High School may never return to the school, administrators said this week. Though they would not comment publicly, one district official said this week that it would be surprising to see Patrick T. Collins, 18, of 9

Warren Police Sgt. Michael Marcello answers a call on his radio.

Warren police logs: Officers sweep Metacom

Monday, May 27 The window of a car parked on Main Street was smashed. A woman earlier reported missing from her Main Street home returned, safe and sound, just before 11 a.m. A Broad Street woman told police that a man kept walking by her house. Someone called police to report spotting a broom in

Warren Police Sgt. Michael Marcello answers a call on his radio.

Warren police logs: How did the turtle cross the road?

Monday, May 20 Identity fraud was reported on Greene Street. A package was reported stolen from a porch on Union Street. Police received two reports of domestic disturbances within 15 minutes of each other, the first from Central Avenue between a father and daughter, and the second on Ellis Avenue. Justin G. Silvia, 25, of

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Pedestrian seriously injured by car in Warren

A 29-year-old man was seriously injured Wednesday evening, March 27, when he was struck by a car while cross Main Street just after 8 p.m. Police said the unidentified man was struck by a car driving south on Route 114 toward Bristol as he crossed Main at the Mary V. Quirk School. The victim was

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