Little Compton Police Report: Trump signs go missing

Posted 7/16/20

Wednesday, July 8

Police went to Willow Avenue at 11:14 am after receiving several 911 calls from a Massachusetts cell phone number. The caller was fine, the calls were accidental.

A Simmons …

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Little Compton Police Report: Trump signs go missing

Posted

Wednesday, July 8

Police went to Willow Avenue at 11:14 am after receiving several 911 calls from a Massachusetts cell phone number. The caller was fine, the calls were accidental.

A Simmons Rod resident came to the station to report losing a brown wallet somewhere in town.

Thursday, July 9

A wrecker was called to assist with a vehicle that had broken down at the corner of West Main Road and Quoquonset Lane at 12:25 pm.

A West Main Road resident reported the larceny of Donald Trump campaign signs.

A wallet was found along Long Highway — the owner was notified.

In response to a 911 call, rescue went to a residence assist an ill child. The child was taken to St. Anne's Hospital.

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