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Thanks to a donation from a generous anonymous donor, the Potter League for Animals is offering a $ 5,000 award in a recent animal cruelty case. Two dogs, nicknamed Turkey and Gravy, were rescued by Portsmouth Police on Thanksgiving morning.

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Both animals suffered from severe neglect and were extremely emaciated. While Gravy recovers and will later be released into the Potter League, Turkey later died.

Read more here.

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A Rhode Island man is accused of assaulting a police officer with a broken table leg during the January 6 riot at the United States Capitol. Timothy Desjardins, 35, has been charged with committing physical violence in a building or restricted land, civil disorder, assault, resisting or obstructing certain officers with a dangerous weapon and more.

Read more here.


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