The following incidents were reported by Portsmouth police this week, including an assault charged and a missing bird feeder.
Police & Fire
The Portsmouth Board of Canvassers are requesting police conduct a voter fraud investigation into a single case, according to board members on Friday.
PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — Portsmouth police are warning residents to be alert after multiple reports of home break-ins in the afternoon and early evening. The following…
A Portsmouth man allegedly unleashed a tirade full of swears at a bus driver in front of a student last week, according to Portsmouth police.
A Portsmouth man was arrested at 2:23 a.m. Saturday after an alleged hit and run involving a red Mitsubishi Eclipse and another vehicle on Sprague Street.
Portsmouth firefighters provided fire station coverage while several departments responded to a Middletown fire Thursday night.
A Portsmouth man is being charged with DUI in connection with a serious, head-on crash this past August at King Charles Drive and West Main Road.
Parents are urged to check their child’s Halloween candy after a Portsmouth child finds a 2-inch-long sewing needle inside a piece of Air Heads candy.
Portsmouth police are accepting early orders for T-shirts to raise funds for the Holiday Drive to benefit the local community.
Voters will face 2 local questions on their ballots this election year: Questions 8 and 9. Here’s a more in-depth look at these 2 local questions.
Police say they found a body inside a vehicle pulled from the water Thursday. The body has not been identified at this time.
A special flag designed to honor police officers, firefighters, and first responders was stolen from Rocco’s Pizza over the weekend.
Portsmouth police and fire personnel led demonstrations, showed off vehicles, and hosted tours as part of their open houses Sunday, Oct. 23.
The Portsmouth Police Department will hold its Open House this Sunday alongside the fire department’s open house at the same time.
Portsmouth Police Chief Thomas Lee will speak at the next Portsmouth Republicans’ “Speaker of Interest” series on Thursday, Oct. 20.