At a bail hearing in April, prosecutors said Woodhead told an accused child predator that he wanted to perform sexual acts on an 8-year-old.
Speck resigned from the Charlestown police force after federal agents raided his home back in March.
The department did not identify either of the American casualties.
The Norton Fire Department says the victim was ejected from the vehicle.
The girl suffered serious injuries and was flown to Boston Children’s Hospital for treatment while her brother suffered minor injuries.
The permit granted is for 100 people and a two-hour rally from noon until 2 p.m., with a two-hour setup and an hour-long breakdown time.
The man was rushed to St. Luke’s Hospital and then transferred to Rhode Island Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
U.S. District Judge William Smith argued there are “many, many horror stories” about defendants receiving sentences that were too harsh.
For the first time in several years, little has conspired against a truly glorious autumn.
The batteries run the risk of overheating and catching on fire, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Police in Finland say they have shot a man in the leg after he was suspected of stabbing several people in the western city of Turku.
Chief Judge William Smith of U.S. District Court in Rhode Island discusses sentencing policy with Tim White.
“We should feel safe,” Eyewitness News analyst Lt. Gen. Reginald Centracchio said. “Not overly confident, but certainly safe.”
All eyes will be on the sky on August 21 as we’re treated to a rare celestial event.
The inspirational, three-mile walk will be held on Sunday, Oct. 15 in downtown Providence.
In recent years, vehicles have become more widely-used in extremist attacks, including in Berlin, London and Nice, France.
This week, the Summer Stars are sailing along with some of Rhode Island’s most popular boating destinations.
The circular object is located at one of the entrances of East Beach, near Niantic Avenue.
Cecelia Kelliher said it’s a matter of privacy and security for the new homeowner.
John Henry’s suggestion emerged one day after religious leaders in Boston kicked off a push to rename historic Faneuil Hall.