Monday, May 21
8:25 a.m. — Police cited Shakira Carim, 28, of Somerset Street, for driving with a suspended license for failing to file an accident report. Her friend drove the car from the scene. On May 22, Carim brought reinstatement paperwork to the police department and got her license back.
1:32 p.m. — The owner of a house on Marlborough Street asked for a No Trespass order to be issued to a South Pierce Road woman who used to visit a former resident at the residence. He had heard she had been there earlier that day.
4:28 p.m. — Residents of Sun Valley Road reported they were missing a 50-inch plasma screen t.v., an XBox 360 with controllers, a Wii with controllers and a Wii game were missing. They suspected the man’s father was behind the thefts, saying he was a crack addict who’d stolen from them in the past. He’d been asked to look after the residence while they were gone. They told police they had been away since Friday; a “slider” door had been left unlocked.
8:30 p.m. — A patron of Richard’s Pub told police someone broke into her car while she was inside the restaurant. The front passenger window was broken and there was a pry mark on the door jam where someone had unsuccessfully tried to pry it open. Stolen were some clothing, two necklaces and a Samsung Galaxy tablet.
Tuesday, May 22
4:07 p.m. — After a report of a “race” on the property behind the American Legion, police found a Marlborough Street resident driving a car with no glass, lights, or plates. The man said he had permission from the lot’s owner to practice there in preparation to entering a demolition derby at Seekonk Speedway. Police told him to load the car back on its trailer and gave the man a verbal No Trespass order.
Wednesday, May 23
8:24 a.m. — Police and fire responded to a report of a car fire in the parking lot of 1000 Division Street. The car’s owner was found and the car was opened. A small cardboard box and its contents were burning in the hatchback area of the car. Firefighters removed the box and put out the fire. The car was undamaged.
10:02 a.m. — While enroute to serving a subpoena to an Ives Road resident, EG police saw another man who they thought was wanted on a bench warrant. By the time police turned around, the man had run into Goddard Park. Police approached the man, who said he’d run because he was homeless and gets nervous. The man, Anthony Lombardi, 22, of Seven Mile Road in Cranston, had a needle in one pocket, a spoon in another, and several small baggies in a third pocket. The baggies appeared to contain narcotics. Police called Warwick police, who took the man into custody.
10:22 a.m. — Police stopped to talk to a man who was walking on the side of Route 95 at exit 8. The man, from North Providence, said he was looking for his cell phone, which went missing two nights earlier. Police asked for consent to search his car in light of recent breaking and enterings in the area. He consented. Nothing was found to match any items reported stolen. His license was suspended, so he arranged to have someone pick it up and got a ride to New England Tech, where he’s a student.
6:56 p.m. — The owner of Main Street Music reported a guitar that had been hanging up inside the store was now missing. An employee said a couple had come into the store earlier in the afternoon while he was teaching a student. The woman left first, then the man, carrying a black guitar case. The guitar, a Schecter, was valued at $700.
Thursday, May 24
9:48 a.m. — A resident of Division Street reported an attempted break in. She was out for about an hour when she received calls from her neighbors telling her the house alarm system was going off. Police found a rear window screen had been opened but the window itself remained locked. Someone also went to a window in the garage, removed the screen and threw it up a small hill, then broke the window. The alarm activated at that point and no entry was made.
Friday, May 25
9:05 p.m. — A pizza deliveryman for Drizzle Pizza reported he was bit by a dog while delivering pizza to a resident of Sparrow Lane. He said the dog – a female Bichon Frise – ran out when the resident opened the door and proceeded to bite him in his right lower calf. The man, bleeding, left and drove himself to Kent Hospital, where he was treated and released. Police spoke with the dog’s owner, who said Murphy (the dog) was up on her rabies shot. The owner was told to quarantine Murphy for ten days and bring in a copy of the dog’s registration and rabies tag.
Saturday, May 26
12:48 a.m. — While posted on Division Street, police noticed a two women and two men walking north on Peirce Street. Believing they were acting suspiciously, police stopped them and determined one man’s driver’s license was suspended. Police took away the license and the four were sent on their way.
1:45 a.m. — Police arrested Marissa Marzullo, 18, of Oak Dell Circle, for domestic disorderly conduct and simple assault after striking both her mother and her father. She was arraigned later that morning and released. The parents were given pamphlets on domestic violence.
Sunday, May 27
3:13 a.m. — Police reported damaged to two flower pots knocked to the ground in front of Doorley Agency on Main Street.
Monday, May 28
3:06 a.m. — Police noticed a door to the new gym at EGHS was propped open. This was the second night in a row that police needed to secure a door at the high school. No alarm had activated. The alarm company told police it hadn’t been activated due to athletic events at the school on Sunday.
The following information was supplied by the East Greenwich Police Department.
Information about the following arrests was supplied by the East Greenwich Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
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