A Message from Newport Police Chief Seth DiSanto
Chief Seth DiSanto is pleased to announce that the Newport Police Department will be participating in National Coffee with a Cop Day next month.
Chief Seth DiSanto reports that the Newport Police Department is seeking to identify and speak with a man who reportedly drove up to a teenage girl walking down the street Friday night and demanded that she get into his car.
The Newport Police Department is investigating after three kayaks were stolen from a home Sunday night.
NEWPORT, VERMONT — Chief Seth C. DiSanto is pleased to announce that Newport Police Department Detective Jennifer Harlow has been recognized as “One of Orleans County Children’s Advocacy Center’s Best” in an article detailing her work protecting children from becoming victims of crime.
Chief Seth C. DiSanto is pleased to announce that the Newport Police Department is commemorating National Police Week this week.
Chief Seth C. DiSanto and the Newport Police Department would like to remind residents to be cognizant of the possibility that ice on frozen bodies of water may still be too thin despite persistent extreme cold, and wish to offer several tips for remaining safe on the ice.
Chief Seth DiSanto and the Newport Police Department want to remind residents of tips and laws meant to protect animals from cold weather this winter.
Chief Seth DiSanto is pleased to announce that, beginning this week, the Newport Police Department will handle dispatch operations for the Orleans Fire Department.
The Newport Police Department arrested a man on Monday in connection with a home invasion that occurred last week on Fernwood Circle.