Little Compton Police: Trespassing hunters sought

Posted 1/13/21

Monday, Jan. 4

After a traffic stop on Crandall Road at 12:04 pm revealed that the car was not registered, the vehicle was towed and the driver was cited and given a ride home to Westport.

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Little Compton Police: Trespassing hunters sought

Posted

Monday, Jan. 4

After a traffic stop on Crandall Road at 12:04 pm revealed that the car was not registered, the vehicle was towed and the driver was cited and given a ride home to Westport.

A John Dyer Road resident called police at 9:32 pm to ask that two hunters and their hunting dogs who were trespassing on private property be removed.

Tuesday, Jan. 5

At 10:54 am, police issued a no-trespass order at the request of a Pennsylvania Road resident.

Wednesday, Jan. 6

A San Antonio, Texas, resident was cited for driving with a suspended license, first offense, at 6:48 pm on Colebrook Road near the Transfer Station.

Thursday, Jan 7

At 5:02 pm., police were called to Brownell Road at South Shore Road for a report that a dog had struck a vehicle. The dog was hurt and the vehicle sustained minor damage.

A Westport resident was cited for driving with a suspended license, first offense, after a traffic stop at 5:34 pm on West Main Road near Whitehead Preserve.

Friday, Jan. 8

After a 10:30 am traffic stop on Old Harbor Road, a Tiverton resident was cited for driving with a suspended license, first offense.

Rescue was called to Old Stone Church Road to tend to a woman who was bitten in the arm by a dog at 1:41 pm. She was transported to Newport Hospital.

Police and rescue went to John Dyer Road at 10:05 pm at Big Drum Road after a car struck a tree causing the air bag to reply. The driver declined transport to the hospital.

Sunday, Jan. 9

After a 2:11 pm motor vehicle stop on Main Street at Old Harbor Road, the driver, a Fall River resident, was cited for driving with a suspended license and the vehicle was towed.

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