State Government Press Releases

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10/23/2017
On October 23, 2017 at 4:30 AM, Troopers arrested Ronald Vento, age 44, of 8 Paradise Lane, Johnston, RI for 1.) License or Permit Required for Carrying a Pistol, 2.) Resisting Arrest, 3.) Disorderly Conduct, and 4). Vandalism/Malicious Damage to Property. The arrest was the result of Troopers...
10/22/2017
Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, said a Massachusetts resident was critically injured after being struck by a car while she was standing in the breakdown lane next to her car on Interstate 95 around 2:20 a.m....
10/22/2017
MEDIA CONTACT: Captain Derek W. Borek, District "B" Commander, (401) 444-1014. No arrests/Incidents to report.
10/22/2017
On October 22, 2017 at 1:43AM, Troopers arrested Meliton Cruz Munoz, age 39, of 42 Joslin Street, Providence, RI for 1) Driving Under the Influence of Liquor and or Drugs 1st Offense - BAC Unknown 2) Refusal to Submit to a Chemical Test 3) Driving Without a License 2nd Offense. The arrest was...
10/20/2017
Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, said Troopers are investigating a fatal motorcycle crash that occurred at approximately 7:30 p.m. tonight on Hartford Avenue/Route 6 in Johnston. The victim, identified...
10/20/2017
Learn how to protect yourself and your business from prominent cyber threats and attacks at a free information session, Cyber Security for You and Your Business, next Tuesday (October 24) at 6 p.m. at Rhode Island College, Alger Hall Room 110, 600 Mount Pleasant Ave., Providence. ...
10/16/2017
Each day, an average of six teenagers die in motor vehicle crashes in the United States and 600 others are injured, according to federal statistics. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that motor vehicles crashes are the number one cause of teenage deaths nationwide.<
10/16/2017
Each day, an average of six teenagers die in motor vehicle crashes in the United States and 600 others are injured, according to federal statistics. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that motor vehicles crashes are the number one cause of teenage deaths nationwide.<
10/15/2017
MEDIA CONTACT: Major Dennis B. Fleming, Detective Commander (#401-444-1005) No arrests to report.
10/14/2017
MEDIA CONTACT: Major Dennis B. Fleming, Detective Commander (#401-444-1005) No arrests to report.