A 47-year-old Braintree man was charged with kidnapping after he allegedly tried to carry a small boy out of a Quincy Avenue business, police said
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A police chase that began in Fall River, Mass., ended in Rhode Island when the suspects’ car crashed into a utility pole.
Police say Massachusetts state troopers began pursuing the car in Fall River on Monday night, and officers from Rehoboth and Seekonk in Massachusetts picked up the pursuit. Officers followed the car into East Providence, R.I., where it crashed just after 11 p.m.
Two people in the car have been released from a hospital after being treated for minor injuries.
East Providence police told The Providence Journal that they arrested the driver, Troy Llewellyn of Fall River, during a foot chase after the crash. He faces numerous charges including possession with intent to deliver narcotics and resisting arrest.
It’s not clear if Llewellyn has a lawyer.
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