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Police & Fire
Property transfer papers were filed at West Warwick Town Hall on Friday, Sept. 28; a Barrington woman was one of the 100 victims.
Take a look at some of the more unusual police reports from around Patch land.
Saturday, Sept. 29, is another 'Drug Take Back' in the lobby of the Barrington police station hosted by The BAY Team; it runs from 10 to 2.
Barrington Police Chief John LaCross said there appears to have been some miscommunication between police officers about a woman who brought a bird-killing cat to the station.
Clarke Road neighbor allegedly entered the back yard of a Watson Avenue home to swipe cushions from lawn furniture.
Police & Fire, Local Connections
Another tip from a driver alerts Barrington police to a man who was charged with drunk driving after his vehicle is found parked on the road with him asleep at wheel.
Barrington police receive reports of unlocked vehicles, garages and sheds entered; Police Chief John LaCross says more patrols will be assigned to certain areas.
We compile a few oh-my-gosh police stories from around the region.
Tell us in the comments.
The Barrington Police Station will have boxes for you to drop in your unwanted prescription drugs on Saturday, Sept. 29; stick a note on your medicine cabinet.
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