Police Log: A Rash of ‘No Trespass’ Orders & Nonexistent Weapons Cache

by | Nov 4, 2018

By Bethany J. Hashway

Tuesday, October 9

7:07 p.m. – The owner of Future Pallets on Rocky Hollow Road told police he had offered a job to a man a couple days earlier. The man took the job but left after only 45 minutes, saying he needed to go see his child. Before he left, the man demanded he be paid. The owner said he would pay the man but wanted police to issue the man a “no trespass” order.

9 p.m. – The manager of Twisted Pizza on Main Street called police because of two people who appeared drunk causing a scene. By the time they arrived, police learned the two people had left. The manager asked police to issue a “no trespass” order against the pair. Just as police were leaving, they were called to Kon Asian Bistro, also on Main Street, for a report of a woman refusing to leave. The woman appeared to be very drunk, was slurring her words and had trouble standing. The woman fit the description of one of the parties who’d caused the disturbance at Twisted Pizza. Because of her extreme intoxication, the woman was taken to Kent Hospital.

Wednesday, October 10

12:45 p.m. – The owner of Rhode Island Clam on Water Street called police after the ex-girlfriend of an employee showed up and two began fighting. The woman told police he hit her on the arm and she hit him on the back of the head while they were arguing. The man told police they had argued but he did not mention any physical contact. The owner told police he wanted a “no trespass” order issued to the woman; police complied.

4:15 p.m. – Police arrested a Narragansett woman, 59, for driving with a suspended license after she was involved in a car accident on South County Trail. Police ran checks on both drivers, revealing the suspended license. Police gave the woman a 3rd District Court summons and had the car towed.

Friday, October 12

2:40 a.m. – Police were called to the former-Benny’s on Post Road to assist EGFD with a fire alarm call. When police arrived fire informed them that the key lock box was incorrect and that they would need to make forced entry. EGFD took out the lock on the front door. The building was then checked and no fire was found.

Saturday, October 13

12:04 a.m. – Police arrested a Cranston woman, 30, for driving with a suspended license after they saw her roll through a stop sign. Routine checks turned up the license suspension. She was also issued a 3rd District Court summons for the license violation and a ticket for the stop sign violation.

12:30 p.m. – Narragansett Police Department tipped off EGPD that they believed weapons stolen from their town were possibly in the basement of a house on Division Street. EG and Narragansett police went to the house. The homeowner gave them permission to search the premises but no weapons were found.


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