By Bethany J. Hashway
Tuesday, March. 6
7:12 p.m. – Police arrested a New Hampshire man, 22, for driving with an expired license after he was pulled over because one of his tailouts was out and for too many air fresheners hanging from his rearview mirror. Routine checks showed the plates didn’t match the car, the car was unregistered and the man’s license was expired. The man told police he was in the process of registering the car. He was issued summons for windshield obstruction, unregistered car, and no proof of insurance. He also received a District Court summons for driving with an expired license. The car was towed; police seized the plates.
Wednesday, March. 7
7:41 p.m. – Police arrested a North Kingstown woman, 41, downtown for driving on a suspended license after they noticed her because of a missing front license plate. Routine checks turned up the license suspension. Police issued a District Court summons for driving with a suspended license and cited her for driving with an expired registration, display of registration plates, and obedience to stop sign.
10:10 p.m. – Police arrested a Cranston woman, 32, for driving on a suspended license after she rear-ended a police cruiser. At the time the cruiser was hit the officer was out of the car. Routine checks were done, and they found the driver’s license had been suspended along with the registration. She was taken to the hospital and was issued a District Court summons for driving on a suspended license.
Thursday, March 8
9 a.m. – A Taylor Circle resident told police about an unwanted FedEx package she received on Feb 22. The woman told police the package was addressed to another woman but had listed her home address. She opened the package and inside was a new iPhone 7 from AT&T. She called AT&T but she said they were not helpful. The day the package was delivered, she told police, a man in his 20s came to her front door asking for it, explaining that it was from a relative of his who’s name was on the package. The woman refused to give him the package and he left in a silver colored car. She gave the package to police.
Friday, March. 9
10:30 a.m. – Police arrested an East Providence woman, 35, after she turned herself in on a warrant for domestic simple assault, domestic disorderly and disorderly conduct. She was processed and taken to Kent County Courthouse.
Saturday, March. 10
5:28 a.m. – Police arrested a Warwick woman, 22, for possession of a controlled substance after police were called to the Park-and-Ride on Frenchtown Road on a report of a fight in a car there. Police found only one car in the lot and the car had clothes spread around the outside of the car. Police went over to the car and talked to the three people in the car, from which there was a strong odor of marijuana. Police searched the car and found what appeared to be marijuana, as well as a smoking device, an herbal grinder and a bottle of alcohol in the center console. Police then got the people out of the car and found a cigar with marijuana in it, 2 grinders, a clear bag of more marijuana, BB guns, money with a white powdery substance in it and Xanax pills. The Warwick woman was taken into custody and transported to EGPD headquarters for processing. She was charged with possession of a controlled substance (Xanax). Later she arraigned by a bail commissioner and released at 10:30 a.m.
A passenger in the car, a Providence man, 19, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after becoming aggressive toward the police during the stop. He was taken into custody, arraigned by a bail commissioner and released.
A third person from the car, a man from Providence, age 22, was arrested for possessing marijuana and disorderly conduct after he became aggressive toward police.
4:35 p.m. – Police arrested a Warwick woman, 42, after she turned herself in on a warrant on crank or obscene phone calls. She was processed and arraigned by a justice of peace and told to have no contact with the recipient/s of her crank or obscene phone calls. She was later released and was given a date to appear in District Court.