Little Compton Police: Cars towed for suspended licenses

Posted 5/6/21

Monday, April 26

Police received a report of vandalism at the Warrens Point Beach Club at 6:39 pm.

Tuesday, April 27

After an 8:38 pm traffic stop in the vicinity of Bumble Bee Farms, West …

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Little Compton Police: Cars towed for suspended licenses

Posted

Monday, April 26

Police received a report of vandalism at the Warrens Point Beach Club at 6:39 pm.

Tuesday, April 27

After an 8:38 pm traffic stop in the vicinity of Bumble Bee Farms, West Main Road, police cited a Taunton, Mass., motorist for driving with a suspended license, first offense. The car was towed.

Thursday, April 29

At 1:14 pm, a John Dyer Road resident called to report a telephone scam.

A Westport motorist was cited for driving with a suspended license, first offense, at 1:02 pm on Amy Hart Path at Colebrook Road.

At 2:08 pm., an officer cited a Fall River driver for driving with a suspended license, first offense, on Stone Church Road.

Saturday, May 1

Police responded to Mullin Hill Road at 2:52 pm for a call regarding a domestic disturbance.

At 4:52 pm, police were alerted to a black car at the Commons basketball court with two people inside acting suspiciously.

At 11:17 pm, a Fall River motorist was cited for driving with a suspended license, first offense, in the area of 300 West Main Road.

Sunday, April 2

At 11:04 am, a wallet found at the state boat ramp was dropped off at the station. The owner retrieved it at 3:19 pm.

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