Police Log: Intoxicating Morning Drive

Information about the following incidents was supplied by the East Greenwich Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

Credit: EG Patch
Credit: EG Patch

Friday, Dec. 20

10:49 a.m. – Police arrested Kristen A. Hunt, 45, of Stony Lane, Exeter, for driving while intoxicated after a concerned motorist called police to report a driver who was driving erratically on Route 95 and in the parking lot at 1000 Division Street, then exiting the shopping plaza through an entrance-only lane. When police stopped her on Division Street, she appeared to be drunk. Inside her car were a number of empty wine bottles. After she failed a field sobriety test, Hunt was taken into custody. At the station, Hunt’s blood alcohol content was measured at .199 then .198 percent. The legal BAC limit is .08. She was given a court summons for DUI with a BAC above .15 percent.

11:09 a.m. – Police met the town’s building inspector at a house on Oak Dell Circle after a report of construction taking place there without a permit. The property had been foreclosed on and was vacant. The building inspector had issued a stop-work order Dec. 17 and told workers at the house to stop work. On Dec. 20, the stop-work order that had been afixed to the front door had been removed and two workers there said they were taking scrap metal from the house. One of the men did not have a vaild state contractor’s registration or a demolition permit. He was cited and both men left the property.

Saturday, Dec. 21

9 p.m. – Police arrested Ronald Odell, 51, of Pawtucket Avenue, East Providence, on a bench warrant from Sixth District Court, after the car he was traveling in was pulled over for a possible violation. Routine checks turned up the warrant. He was processed at the station and transferred to the Adult Correctional Institutions.

1:37 a.m. – Police arrested Jacqueline Trinidad, 45, of Lenox Avenue, Providence, on a Sixth District Court bench warrant after the car she was traveling in was pulled over because the driver rolled through at stop sign at Division Street and First Avenue.


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