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Little Compton Police: Sexual assault charged

Posted 9/17/20

Wednesday, Aug. 26

Police received a report at 1:36 pm regarding an alleged incident that had occurred on Amy Hart Path near the Transfer Station. That resulted in the August 31 arrest of Albert …

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Little Compton Police: Sexual assault charged

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Wednesday, Aug. 26

Police received a report at 1:36 pm regarding an alleged incident that had occurred on Amy Hart Path near the Transfer Station. That resulted in the August 31 arrest of Albert Gomez, 79, of 149 Long Highway, Little Compton, on a charge of second degree sexual assault.

Monday, Sept. 7

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Tuesday, Sept. 8

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A 7:37 pm, a car struck a deer on Long Highway. The vehicle left under its own power but the deer had to be killed.

Saturday, Sept. 12

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Sunday, Sept. 13

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