Portsmouth Police Report

Portsmouth woman charged with assault

Posted 5/2/22

PORTSMOUTH — A 57-year-old Portsmouth woman was charged with assault after police were called to her home shortly before midnight on Monday, April 25. 

Officers responded to the home to …

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Portsmouth Police Report

Portsmouth woman charged with assault

Posted

PORTSMOUTH — A 57-year-old Portsmouth woman was charged with assault after police were called to her home shortly before midnight on Monday, April 25. 

Officers responded to the home to investigate a report of an assault that had taken place, and that the suspect, Leslie Nunes, of 219 Bramans Lane, had left the area in her truck.

Officers were able to make contact with Nunes and “she confessed that she had assaulted the victim in her vehicle,” according to police. 

The victim was a 23-year-old woman who lives in Portsmouth, according to police.

Here are some other recent highlights from the Portsmouth Police report:

Wednesday, April 27

Craig S. Neal, 48, of 7 Earl Ave., Newport, was charged with driving under the influence (DUI-first offense) following a motor vehicle stop on East Main Road at Martens Road around 8:25 p.m. Neal was also cited for refusal to submit to a chemical test, his second offense, according to police. 

Thursday, April 28

Victor A. Jenkins, 64, of 23 Fillmore St., Newport, was charged with DUI (first offense) after being pulled over on Bristol Ferry Road around 8:40 p.m. due to various motor vehicle violations.  

Saturday, April 30

Adrian V. Lombard, Jr., 18, of 12 Russell Ave. 2, Newport, was charged with DUI (first offense), after being stopped on East Main Road at Town Hall just after 3 a.m. Police said Lombard had been observed operating the vehicle erratically and committing multiple moving violations. He was also charged with underage possession of alcohol, his first offense, according to police.

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