Providence Police officer, woman, injured in crash


Two police officers in Greenwich were injured while apprehending suspects on Saturday night.

Wellington police were first called to the hospital to investigate the circumstances of the child's injuries.

Sandwich police arrested Amandah N. Woods, 24, of the 500 block of South Main Street, Sandwich, after they stopped her vehicle on Main Street at Water Street at 7:54 a.m. April 6.

What began as a fist fight turned deadly after one participant took off in his pickup truck while the other held onto the vehicle and tried to keep throwing punches, the Tucson Police Department said.

Inside the apartment, officers found 30-year-old Carter Weyrauch and an unidentified woman.

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According to police, Weyrauch kicked the officers when they tried to handcuff him.

Police have identified the accused as Ahmed Kabeer, a resident of Kasaba Bengre, Aboobacker Siddique alias Karpe Siddique from Paivalike in Manjeshwar and Mohammed Imran from Ullal.

They said patrol officers, several K-9 teams, and a Fremont Fire Department drone responded to serve the warrant but McClinton immediately fled out of the back of the home. She was later taken to Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, where she died last Thursday.

Both were booked into the Cowlitz County Jail on charges of vehicle prowl in the second degree, theft in the second degree, and possession of stolen property in the second degree.