Little Compton Police: Chainsaw threat, car runs down skateboard

Posted 10/28/20

Sunday, Oct.11

At 12:18 pm, a 911 caller reported that a man wearing a pink shirt was trying to gain entry to a residence. Police responded and “spoke to all parties.”

A Quicksand …

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Little Compton Police: Chainsaw threat, car runs down skateboard

Posted

Sunday, Oct.11

At 12:18 pm, a 911 caller reported that a man wearing a pink shirt was trying to gain entry to a residence. Police responded and “spoke to all parties.”

A Quicksand Pond resident called police at 1:22 pm to report that a neighbor his threatening him and his daughter with a chainsaw on his property.

At 2:03 pm, a resident asked to speak to an officer about the removal of rocks from a beach.

Friday, Oct. 16

Sherri A. Feldman, 44, of 458 Lake Road, Tiverton, turned herself in at the station for a warrant on charges of vandalism and disorderly conduct at 3:22 pm.

Saturday, Oct. 17

At 10:08 am, police responded to a 911 call about an accident involving a vehicle and a deer on Colebrook Road. The vehicle was towed, no word on the deer.

A John Dyer Road caller reported that and Amazon Truck stuck a family member’s vehicle, then left and is now two driveways up the road — “advises that the there is an argument going on between the parties.”

Sunday, Oct. 18

Police were called to West Main Road at Sakonnet Point Road at 4:29 pm for a 911 report of an accident involving a motorcycle and one or two other vehicles. A motorcycle rider sustained minor injuries and declined transport to the hospital. The motorcycle left under its own power.

Monday, Oct.. 19

A John Dyer Road resident reported a scam phone call at 10:33 am.

At 10:18 pm,  political sign was found at South Shore Beach near the water. The sign was removed.

Tuesday, Oct. 20

At 11:41 pm, Kyle T. Gaspar, 26, of 21 Brayton Point Road, Westport, was served with a summons on a charge of driving with a revoked license, third offense.

Thursday, Oct. 22

A Burchard Avenue resident called police at 12:48 pm to report suspicious activity.

Friday, Oct. 23

A cell phone found at the Transfer Station was turned in at 3:29 pm. The owner picked it up an hour later.

Saturday, Oct. 24

A resident came to the station at 11:53 am to report a scam involving gift cards.

An Old Stone Church Road resident called at 5:47 pm to report a woman in the driveway taking pictures.

At 6:39 pm, a skateboarder on Warrens Point Road called to report that a green Fiat forced him off the road, ran over his skateboard and continued on south. The skateboarder was not injured. The vehicle was not located.

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