WARWICK, RI — The Rhode Island chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving recently honored two employees of the Rhode Island Office of Attorney General for their efforts in stopping substance impaired […]
RI Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin warned teen drivers on the dangers and consequences of distracted driving at Pilgrim High School this afternoon as his “It Can Wait” campaign enters its fourth year.
RIACLU Executive Director Steven Brown says the state’s new 300/1,000 foot law requiring Level III sex offenders to move if they live within 1,000 feet of a school contributed to Byron Deweldon’s unregistered cross-country travels, but Warwick Police Chief Stephen McCartney attributes it to poor judgment.
RI Attorney General Peter Kilmartin’s office is suing the Warwick Retirement Board for what it’s calling a willful violation of the state’s Open Meetings Law, something Mayor Scott Avedisian’s Chief of Staff William DePasquale calls a clerical error.
The Providence County Grand Jury has reported an indictment charging Karl Almgren, 31, of 25 Custer St., Warwick, with three counts of first degree sexual assault, one count of simple domestic assault, one count of domestic disorderly conduct, and one count of domestic refusal to relinquish a telephone.