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Police & Fire
The following information was provided by the Newport Police Department. Arrests do not indicate a conviction.
There are several parking bans and restrictions for Saturday, March 16.
Newport police are looking to identify this man who has been linked to suspicious activity in the Point area.
Opinion, Police & Fire
The DOT installed new bike lanes on Memorial Boulevard last week. Residents have expressed mixed feelings about the project.
A 33-year-old woman was reportedly struck by a car on Ayrault Street early on Sunday.
Government, Police & Fire
The former Salve Regina University student accused of killing a rabbit and playing with its corpse was sentenced today.
The car was discovered around 6:30 a.m. on Friday morning in the water off of the Newport shipyard.
Police have not confirmed how many people were in the car or their condition.
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A body was found in Newport Harbor that matches the description of missing teen Teddy Oliviera.
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