Little Compton Police: Crash results in trip to hospital

Posted 3/25/21

Monday, March 15

At 43:47 pm. Little Compton Police assisted Tiverton Police regarding an attempt to serve a warrant at a Peckham Road location.

Tuesday, March 16

A West Main Road resident …

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Little Compton Police: Crash results in trip to hospital

Posted

Monday, March 15

At 43:47 pm. Little Compton Police assisted Tiverton Police regarding an attempt to serve a warrant at a Peckham Road location.

Tuesday, March 16

A West Main Road resident called police at 11:50 am to report that the residence is out of home heating oil.

Wednesday, March 17

At 8:50 am, a Meeting House Lane resident alerted police to a possible case of larceny/fraud.

Sunday, March 21

A Sakonnet Trail resident called at 10:17 am to tell police that a small black dog had chased her into her yard.

At 5:11 am, a witness saw a Toyota sedan drive off the road and into the woods at the corner of King Road and Lake Road in Tiverton. The vehicle then backed out and, with a bumper hanging, continued south onto Long Highway in Little Compton, finally stopping in front of Wilbur McMahon School. The driver was transported to the hospital and the car was towed.

Alerted at 7:13 pm by Tiverton Police to a possibly suicidal person, police searched several shorefront locations before finding the vehicle that had been identified. Tiverton Police and Rescue responded.

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