Little Compton Police — Truck hits pole, knocks down wires

Posted 11/18/20

Tuesday, Nov. 10

At 10:45 am, a land surveyor measuring device found on the side of the road was dropped off at the police station.

After being alerted to a suspicious vehicle parked on a …

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Little Compton Police — Truck hits pole, knocks down wires

Posted

Tuesday, Nov. 10

At 10:45 am, a land surveyor measuring device found on the side of the road was dropped off at the police station.

After being alerted to a suspicious vehicle parked on a property, police issued a trespass warning at 11:25 am.

At 1:42 pm, a resident reported the theft of political signs.

At 1:58 pm, police received a call about a delivery truck backing into a stone wall on Main Street.

Wednesday, Nov. 11

Police received multiple calls at around 6:30 am about a truck that had struck a pole on West Main Road knocking down wires. National Grid was notified and a wrecker was called for the truck. Rescue responded but the driver declined transport to the hospital.

Thursday, Nov. 12

At 6:37 am, a caller reported about a dog that is frequently in her yard. Police checked — the owner had retrieved the dog.

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