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Mug Shots Released Of Break In Suspects

The three are accused in connection to a break in on Middle Road last Friday morning that prompted an extensive manhunt of the area.


Police released mug shots of the three suspects in last Friday morning's break in at 1895 Middle Road, but little new information. All three are charged with felonies.

Det. Sergeant Jon Chirnside said the news release issued Wednesday was "purposely" generic because it is "an ongoing investigation, which we do not want to compromise."

As was reported yesterday, Ryan G. Callahan, 26, formerly of West Warwick, has been charged with breaking and entering, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, receiving stolen goods, driving without consent of the owner, operating on a suspended license. He was arraigned at the Kent County Courthouse Tuesday. Bail was set at $5,000 with surety. He was held without bail because he's a Superior Court bail violator and a Superior Court probation violator.

Keurys Y. Pena, 23, of Providence, has been charged with breaking and entering, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, receiving stolen goods, driving without consent of the owner, operating on a suspended license. He was arraigned by a Justice of the Peace Friday, May 25. Bail was set at $2,000 with surety. A felony screening date of July 9 was assigned.

Carmen W. Garcia, 26, of Providence, has been charged with conspiracy to commit breaking and entering. She was arraigned by a Justice of the Peace. Bail was set at $10,000 personal recognizance. A felony screening date of July 9 was assigned.

taylor bailey May 30, 2012 at 06:49 PM
I wonder what brought them to that particular house?
Alicarn May 30, 2012 at 07:14 PM
Most (90%) of break-ins are from someone who knows or has information about the house they are targeting. The best defense is not letting people know what you have or what you are doing. If you have a garage always park your car in it and always keep the doors closed. That way it's hard to tell if you are home or not. Cover any windows so it's hard to see if the car is there or not. If you get some new electronics rip up and recycle the boxes so no one will see what you have. If you have a boat or camper parked in your yard, it's pretty obvious when you are gone. Take extra precautions while you are away, stopping mail and newspaper deliveries. If you have a security system, use it! Be sure to put security stickers on the doors and windows, they are a big deterrent. Most important? Lock your doors - always! Especially the door from the garage to the house!
Friends EG Library June 02, 2012 at 09:10 PM
KEEP YOUR SUMMER SAFE! Learn home & personal protection tips from East Greenwich Police and Fire Personnel. Tuesday, June 12, 7pm East Greenwich Free Library, 82 Peirce St. free admission - all welcome refreshments for more info email friendseglibrary@gmail.com

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