Little Compton Police: Missing person found

Posted 1/1/21

Monday, Dec. 21

At 11:24 am, a Willow Avenue resident gave police a wallet that had been found.

A Weymouth, Mass., motorist was cited for driving without a license, first offense, at 1:08 pm on …

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Little Compton Police: Missing person found

Posted

Monday, Dec. 21

At 11:24 am, a Willow Avenue resident gave police a wallet that had been found.

A Weymouth, Mass., motorist was cited for driving without a license, first offense, at 1:08 pm on West Main Road.

A Fall River driver was cited for driving with a suspended license, first offense, after being stopped on Main Street at 6:32 pm.

Tuesday, Dec. 22

At 9:54 am, police summonsed Donald T. Bosse, 41, of 52 Beech Ave., Tiverton on a charge of driving with a suspended license, third offense, on Crandall Road.

Wednesday, Dec. 23

At 11:07 pm, an officer checked a pickup truck at Sakonnet Point and located a “missing/endangered” person sought by Fall River Police via a “Be on the Lookout” bulletin. Officers confiscated the man’s firearm and reported that he was cooperative.

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