CRANSTON, R.I. (AP) - Cranston Police are investigating an anonymous threatening letter that was sent to 16-year-old Jessica Ahlquist on Thursday.
The note warns Ahlquist that the police won't watch her forever and that "we will get you." The note also encourages Ahlquist to leave Rhode Island and that they know her parents' license plate numbers.
Ahlquist, an atheist, sparked a controversy when she challenged the constitutionality of a prayer banner that was hanging in Cranston High School. The banner contained the words, "Our Heavenly Father," and "Amen."
A federal judge ordered the banner be removed from the school back in January. The school decided not to appeal the decision and took the banner down last month.
New Bedford Police are investigating a robbery at the Dunkin' Donuts at 807 Ashley Boulevard Monday night
A Cranston man accused of murdering a woman back in 2012 was formally indicted by a grand jury on Friday
Police allege Jashua Mercado drove a stolen car directly at an officer on foot during a chase.
Police and firefighters responded to a rollover car crash in Pawtucket on Friday afternoon.
Panel found Leron Porter guilty of shooting Tiphany Tallo back in May of 2011.