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.
Wednesday, July 2
2:38 p.m. – A resident of Greenwich Bay Manor told police she was missing cash and jewelry, starting with the disappearance of $500 from her filing cabinet – which she keeps locked – around May 1. She did not report the cash missing. On May 15, she noticed another $500 was missing, which she reported to Greenwich Bay management. Around June 1, she said she noticed a URI class ring (valued at $700) and a cameo (valued at $1,000). Staff told police the resident had reported the thefts but had been unsure of the amounts. They have changed her lock and her valuables are now kept by a family member.
7:01 p.m. – Police cited a Georgia man for soliciting without a permit after he was stopped twice while selling magazine subscriptions on Westfield Drive. He was told he needed a permit the first time; when he was stopped the second time, he was given a municipal court summons.
7:38 p.m. – Police cited a Delaware man for soliciting without a permit on Reynolds Street. Like the man cited above, this man was working for an organization called Urban Development Solutions, based in Michigan. He was given a municipal court summons.
9:18 p.m. – Police arrested a Warwick man, 31, for driving with a suspended license after he was pulled over because his motorcycle had an out of date registration sticker. Routine checks turned up the license violation. Police gave him two court summonses and had the motorcycle towed from the scene.
Thursday, July 3
9:53 p.m. – Police arrested a North Kingstown man, 57, on a 3rd District Court bench warrant after police were called to Raku Restaurant because of a man who appeared to be drunk behaving belligerently. Routine checks turned up the warrant. The man initially was cooperative became aggressive when police searched him, telling police he was going to fight them. He continued to yell obscenities until he got to the police department, when he apologized. He was arraigned by a justice of the peace, posted bail and released. Police gave him a lift to his apartment on Post Road.
Friday, July 4
12:02 p.m. – A Queen Street resident told police her tires had been slashed overnight, and so had her roommate’s.
Saturday, July 5
5:09 a.m. – Police noticed a car on Meadowbrook Road that had been broken into. The owner of the car said her purse, which she kept underneath the front passenger seat, was missing. It had her driver’s license and two credit cards. Police found lipstick and several receipts strewn along the street. While they were searching the street, police found the wallet of another Meadowbrook Road resident and learned it had been taken from his car the same evening.
11:52 p.m. – A Pequot Trail resident told police there was an attempted breaking and entering at his house while they were gone from 6 to 11:45 p.m. The back door had been forced open. The resident inspected the house once police determined there were no intruders and found nothing missing, perhaps because the intruder was not able to gain entry to the main house, only to the garage and basement.
Sunday, July 6
5:52 p.m. – A resident of Empress Drive told police several items were missing from her house, including an Xbox, Xbox games, $500 cash and a pair of headphones, after she was had been away for a few days. The resident had arranged for a teenaged neighbor to feed their pets while they were gone. The petsitter, however, admitted she’d let several friends into the house, including letting them spend the night, and that she’d left the house with friends inside. Police met with the petsitter and her father, who said he would assist in the investigation.
Monday, July 7
1:55 a.m. – Police arrested an East Greenwich man, 58, on a 4th District Court bench warrant after he was noticed by police during a traffic stop. Routine checks turned up the warrant. Unable to make bail, the man was taken to the Adult Correctional Institutions in Cranston to await court in the morning.