Outstanding Warrants, Disorderly Conduct & A Heroin Bust
Information about the following arrests was supplied by the East Greenwich Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Tuesday, Sept. 27
4:17 p.m. - Police charged an 18-year-old EG resident and three EG juveniles for underage drinking after someone notified police that several teens were drinking in the backyard of a house on Main Street. Police found an empty “40” Bud Light beer bottle on a table in the yard and a backpack with a beer in it. All four young people were taken to the police station. The woman was released with a summons; the others - two boys and a girl, all 16 years old - were released to the parents.
Thursday, Sept. 29
Police arrested a Providence man for possession of heroin with intent to deliver after they were tipped off about a possible transaction on Duke Street. The man had 20 grams of heroin, about $2,500 worth, according to police.
Saturday, Oct. 1
3:03 a.m. - Police arrested a West Warwick resident for disorderly conduct, vandalism and violating a no-contact order after he was involved in an altercation at Marlborough and Duke streets. He and two others were driving in a red Toyota, apparently following his ex-girlfriend from her workplace in West Warwick back to East Greenwich. The two have a child together. According to the ex-girlfriend, he blocked her in, then got out and started yelling at her, then broke off her door mirror. Police found that there was an active no-contact order against him. He was also cited for driving an unregistered car. After he was arraigned, he was released on $3,000 personal recognizance. Meanwhile, police also arrested a passenger of the man’s, also from West Warwick, who it turned out had an outstanding warrant on Deniger for failing to appear in court. She was taken to the ACI.
Sunday, Oct. 2
12:55 p.m. - Police arrested a Tipping Rock Drive resident for simple assault and disorderly conduct after she allegedly tried to keep her fiance from leaving an upstairs bedroom, cutting his nose, biting his arm and scratching his other arm in the process. After police arrived, following an aborted 911 call, she repeatedly refused to stop talking to her fiance and kept moving toward him even after several cautions to stop, according to police reports. Police asked the fiance and his children to vacate the house while she was being processed at the police station.
5:58 p.m. - Police arrested a Warwick man for driving with a suspended license, possessing marijuana and on two outstanding warrants for failing to appear in District Court after he was stopped because of an out-of-date inspection sticker. The stop took place on on Duke Street at Queen Street. When police asked if he had anything illegal on him, the man told them he had a small amount of “weed” and that he had a medical marijuana card, but not with him right then. The marijuana, in a mint tin, weight 5.6 grams at the police station. He was taken to the ACI and his car was towed.