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A woman who lives on Brook Street called police early Friday morning, Jan. 2, after she allegedly spotted a man stealing logs from the pile of firewood in her yard. Police said the woman woke up at about 5:20 a.m. and witnessed a man taking … more
A call detailing an alleged hostage situation on Belvedere Road on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 4, turned out to be a hoax. The Barrington Police Department received a call on the confidential tip line at about 4:20 p.m. from someone who said he was a … more
Monday, Dec. 29 The animal control officer issued a summons to a Main Street resident. Police got a call about a red car racing around the Warren Industrial Park on New Industrial Road. Tuesday, Dec. 30 A caller reported to police … more
The Bristol Police Department responded to the following calls between Dec. 22 and Dec. 28 Monday, Dec. 22 A caller reported seeing a man damaging signs at Hope and Asylum roads around 2 p.m. Officers investigated but could not find any … more
The Bristol Police Department made the following arrests last week: Robert J. Medeiros, 67, of 15 Massasoit Ave., Apt. 19, Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence with a blood-alcohol content greater than .15 after nearly colliding … more
There were dramatic crashes and dramatic rescues. New businesses moved into town while others closed up shop. There were salacious crimes, and a change in the town's political landscape. The stories that captured Bristol readers in … more
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