The judge granted Carter a stay of her sentence during the appeals process, meaning she won’t report to prison until all her appeals are exh…
If convicted, Price could face a life sentence.
Eyewitness News reported on the removal of the mural on Tuesday and by Wednesday morning, someone had defaced it again.
The homeowner will not be charged, according to police, but the shooting victim is facing numerous charges.
“I know I did something very wrong,” Franco said during her arraignment. “It was an accident and I just want to be with my son.”
Police say the suspect lifted his shirt and showed a gun to the cashier.
East Providence Police have released a photo of man they say used a counterfeit license to purchase a car.
Prosecutors called 14 witnesses during Lepore’s insanity trial, including law enforcement officials, paramedics and co-workers.
Charges include assault with a deadly weapon, felony assault; assault on a correctional officer or training school employee; and vandalism.
Hughes was convicted of the 1982 murder of Howard “Zeke” Harris in Harris’ furniture store in North Kingstown.
The vehicle was stolen Monday from the parking lot of the Johnston Indoor Sports Complex on Atwood Avenue, according to police.
Antonio Briones, 47, of Providence, was arrested following a traffic stop in the city Monday evening.
Prosecutors said a San Diego man initially sent the packages to Massachusetts through the United State mail.
Lapatin said while Irons was the intended target of the shooting, he was not initially involved in the dispute.
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The shooting took place just before 9 p.m. near the corner of Donelson and June Streets, not far from the Cianci Head Start School.
Diego Barros Pires was indicted for alleged involvement in a kidnapping case from last fall.
Officers said there was blood throughout the home and that they located a possible weapon used in the incident.
Police said K-9 Aspen and his partner helped locate the suspect in a wooded area.
Troopers said he had eight people in a vehicle made to take five.
According to State Police, two wheels came off the tractor-trailer and hit a police cruiser on I-84 Monday.
Jorge Garcia, 34, was charged with felony assault, simple assault and malicious injury to an animal.
Police said the suspect punched a man who then fell and hit his head.
In a post on the department’s Facebook page, police say the male is suspected of stealing laptop computers from a local retailer.
Attleboro Police Chief Kyle Heagney tells Eyewitness News the crash happened around 11:45 p.m.