A charge of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and an alleged assault inside a moving vehicle top Portsmouth police reports this week.
Police & Fire
A head-on crash on Bristol Ferry Road Friday resulted in a driver being seriously injured, according to the Portsmouth Fire Department.
Police are warning residents to be on the lookout for suspicious activity after a house break-in Thursday in the Lawrence Farm neighborhood.
Christmas Day first responders, including Portsmouth firefighters and EMT’s, will receive a full Christmas dinner thanks to a Portsmouth business.
A car, operated by a Newport man, collided with a telephone pole early Tuesday morning on East Main Road, according to the Portsmouth Fire Department.
Portsmouth police arrested several drivers on driving under the influence (DUI) charges this week following different traffic stops.
A coyote is being blamed for at least 2 of 3 accidents Tuesday morning on West Main Road. The crashes involved 10 vehicles, including a police car.
The Portsmouth Police Department is offering a free shoplifting warning sign to display at local businesses.
An elderly woman who was struck by a car Friday evening on East Main Road is still being treated for significant injuries, according to Portsmouth Fire Deputy Chief Michael O’Brien.
Portsmouth police are seeking toy and gift card donations for its 2016 holiday drive, which aims to”help spread the holiday cheer throughout Portsmouth!”
An elderly woman was struck by a car on East Main Road early Friday evening. Her injuries are considered life-threatening.
The following incidents were reported by Portsmouth police this week, including a charge of DUI, first offense, and a missing bird feeder.
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.