These reports come from the East Greenwich Police Department and are public information. An arrest does not mean the individual has been convicted of a crime. EG News does not identify those arrested for misdemeanor charges.
Monday, Oct. 20
7:06 p.m. – Police arrested an East Greenwich woman, 33, for driving with a suspended license after she was pulled over for speeding on Post Road. Routine checks turned up the license violation. She was taken into custody, processed at the station and released with with a 3rd District Court summons and a speeding ticket.
Tuesday, Oct. 21
11:07 a.m. – An East Greenwich woman told police she was the subject of a threatening post on Facebook and wanted a no-trespass order against the poster, who lives in West Warwick.
Wednesday, Oct. 22
12:21 p.m. – The manager of Exotic Tans told police she wanted a no-trespass order against one of the store’s patrons because the patron appeared to have placed urine in the small trash can of one of the tanning booths. The manager said she has had this issue before with other clients. Police were not immediately able to make contact with the patron.
Thursday, Oct. 23
5:30 p.m. – An East Greenwich resident told police her family was going away for several days but that her 18-year-old son would be remaining at home. She asked police to check the property to “ensure there are no incidents of debauchery” at the house, according to the report.
Friday, Oct. 24
11:43 a.m. – The building manager for 1351 South County Trail told police someone drove into one of the brick pillars in front of the building, damaging the pillar and the beam that holds up the front awning. The town building inspector arrives to inspect the damage and said it was safe for now but would need repair and inspection.
1:32 p.m. – An East Greenwich woman was notified earlier this month after Massachusetts police told EG police about a ring from the EGHS Class of 2008 found on a suspect in North Dartmouth. The suspect had numerous pieces of jewelry on her at the time of her arrest and EG police alerted the resident, who was able to positively identify four pieces of jewelry, including the class ring. It was unclear in the report when the items went missing.
3:48 p.m. – A Walnut Drive resident told police the nursing assistant hired to care for her father had allowed her boyfriend to come to the house, but then called 911 to have him removed from the property. The resident said her father did not realize the boyfriend was there, but had told her that was probably why the CNA kept going outside. Police escorted the boyfriend to a local bus stop.