Little Compton police charge minor with alcohol possession

Posted 5/20/22

Monday, May 9

A caller reported an possible attempted breaking and entering. Police did not specify the street or area of town.

Tuesday, May 10

A resident found a cell phone and turned it …

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Little Compton police charge minor with alcohol possession

Posted

Monday, May 9

A caller reported an possible attempted breaking and entering. Police did not specify the street or area of town.

Tuesday, May 10

A resident found a cell phone and turned it in.

Police were asked to perform a wellness check on a cat.

Wednesday, May 11

A caller asked for a wellness check on his wife. Police spoke with the woman, who said she didn't need assistance.

Friday, May 13

A car struck a stone wall. Police did not specify the location.

Saturday, May 14

A caller told police that a dog came at her as she was walking on Brownell Road the day before.

A Massachusetts man was charged after a caller reported a black SUV driving on the beach with open containers of alcohol just after 3 p.m. Peter J. Fielding, 20, of 100 Pheasant Lane, Bridgewater, was charged with possession of alcohol by a minor.

A caller complained that a family was cutting trees with a handsaw and had made a fire. Police spoke with them and said they would extinguish the fire.

Sunday, May 15

An anonymous caller reported hearing loud gunshots toward Amesbury Lane.

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