Little Compton police: Car strikes deer

Posted 6/17/22

Tuesday, June 7

A caller reported that she found a cell phone in the road around 1:34 p.m., and dropped it off at the police station later that day. Little Compton police did not specify what was …

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Little Compton police: Car strikes deer

Posted

Tuesday, June 7

A caller reported that she found a cell phone in the road around 1:34 p.m., and dropped it off at the police station later that day. Little Compton police did not specify what was found, or where.

Police euthanized a deer after it was struck and injured by a car at 4:57 p.m. — police did not say where in Little Compton the accident occurred.

Wednesday, June 8

Police received a complaint about a loose dog at 2:59 p.m. A white pitbull mix was transported to West Place Animal Sanctuary in Tiverton, and Lauren M. Silvia, 36, of 82 Colebrook Road, was charged with animals at large.

Friday, June 10

A motor vehicle accident involving a deer occurred around 10:35 a.m. The occupants of the vehicle were not injured, and DEM was notified around 11:02 a.m. Police did not disclose the location.

Saturday, June 11

Police responded to a request to speak with an officer with regards to suspicious activity at 7:48 a.m. at an unknown location in Tiverton — police did not specify.

A caller reported at 5:19 p.m. that his neighbor’s dogs were loose on his lawn. Police did not specify the location.

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