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The North Kingstown Police Department is proud to announce that three of its Officers were recognized today by the Rhode Island Department of Transportation Highway Safety for their outstanding work.

*Officer Christopher M. Mulligan - Speed Enforcement Violations
*Officer Timothy A. Daly - Impaired Driving Enforcement (31 of 151 DUI arrests)
*Detective Donald Barrington - Individual Award Recipient for work in coordinating enforcement efforts for our agency, but also for his ...work for South County - South County Task Force

Pictured With RI DOT Chief, Office on Highway Safety Gabrielle M. Abbate is Officer Christopher Mulligan (left) and Officer Timothy Daly (right)

 

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Mr. David Caldwell (center) presents Officer Timothy Daly (right) with The North Kingstown Rotary Community Service Award for 2014

 

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7-Eleven Robbery

Travis Tripp

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On January 28, 2016 at approximately 5:10 am, North Kingstown Police Officers responded to the 7-Eleven convenience store located at 7330 Post Rd, North Kingstown for a report of a Robbery. Upon arrival, Officers were told that a short black male wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt with a red shirt (un-tucked), a ski mask, and dark jeans had entered the store, brandished a silver pistol, and demanded money from the cashier and two customers in the store. After the suspect received cash from the cash register and the two patrons, he fled on foot toward the rear of the store.
Additional officers arrived on scene to assist in searching for the suspect. Moments later, officers located Travis Tripp (26 years old) of 25 White Rock Rd in Westerly, a short distance from the area matching the description. Tripp was taken into custody and after further investigation, was charged with three counts of Robbery. Tripp is also a suspect in an armed robbery that occurred at the Season’s Market on Post Road in North Kingstown on January 27, 2016. SEE BELOW
In addition to the three counts of Robbery, Tripp is also being charged with Sexual Offender Address Change and Driving without Consent of Owner, both of which are felonies. It was determined that Tripp was no longer living in Westerly and had been living in North Kingstown and that he had taken a had taken a vehicle from a North Kingstown resident without the owner’s consent.
That matter is under investigation. No further details will be released at this time.

 

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January 27, 2016
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Seasons Corner Market Robbery
On January 27, 2016 at approximately 4:45 AM, North Kingstown Police Officers responded to the Seasons Market convenience store located at 7025 Post Rd, in North Kingstown for a report of a robbery. The clerk stated that a male brandished a handgun and demanded money from the clerk and also a customer waiting in line. The suspect is described as a short male wearing a ski mask and black hooded sweatshirt. The suspect then fled on foot from the convenience store after the clerk turned over cash from the cash register and the customer turned over the cash he had.
Anyone who has any information as to the identification of the robbery suspect and/or information regarding the robbery are asked to contact North Kingstown Police TIPS line at 401-294-3316 ext. 8411 or email at

TIPS@northkingstown.org

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Melanie R. Davis charged with DUI and assault after hitting a marked police cruiser injuring officer

On November 27, 2015 at approximately 9:15 pm, a North Kingstown Police Officer was concluding a motor vehicle traffic stop on Tower Hill Road, southbound, in the vicinity of Winsome Drive. The Officer was then struck by a passing motor vehicle just after entering his marked patrol vehicle which still had its emergency lights activated. The vehicle was travelling southbound and left its lane of travel and struck the marked patrol vehicle in the break down lane. After striking the marked patrol vehicle, the offending vehicle then travelled into the center median and came to final rest against the center guard rail. Both vehicles sustained heavy, disabling damage. The officer was transported to Rhode Island Hospital for injuries sustained as a result of the collision.


The offending vehicle was being operated by 54 year old Melanie R. Davis of 30 Montauk Road, Narragansett.


After an investigation by police, Ms. Davis was taken into custody under suspicion of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. She was also charged with simple assault after spitting at police after she was placed in the rear of another patrol vehicle for transport to police headquarters.

 

CHRISTOPER M. FORLASTO

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JULY 20, 2015

CHRISTOPER M. FORLASTO, CHARGED WITH ONE COUNT OF 1ST DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT AND AND A SECOND CHARGE OF ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO COMMIT SPECIFIED FELONIES

 

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MARIO ATOYAN, CHARGED WITH ONE COUNT OF 1ST DEGREE AND ON COUNT OF 2ND DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT click here

 

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Skelatal Remains found near RTE 138 March 19, 2015

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Webster Bank Robbery Dec. 1, 2014 click here

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Attempted Child Molestation Nov. 6, 2014 Click Here

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JOSEPH MIGNEAULT
193 Yorktown Rd, North Kingstown

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Male Subject Exposing Himself At Walmart Click Here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

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