Monday, Aug. 19
11:57 a.m. – A Narragansett woman was stopped by police after calling in what turned out to be a fake prescription to CVS on South County Trail. She was released after police decided the statute required a person physically submit a fake prescription. The woman had also called in a fake prescription to the CVS in Wakefield. The woman told police she would never do it again. She was given a no-trespass order for the CVS.
4:40 p.m. – The owner of Indigo Path Flowers on Main Street told police someone took a $30 lavender plant she keeps outside on a chair sometime after 4 p.m.
8:30 p.m. – A King Street resident told police her suitcase was stolen while it was sitting unattended in her driveway for just a few minutes. The woman said she’d taken one bag inside and returned to get the green-colored suitcase and it was gone. The suitcase contained an iPad and a variety of other personal items. The report said police were told someone had seen a man rolling a suitcase north on Marlborough Street but a search of the area did not yield anything.
Tuesday, Aug. 20
10:01 p.m. – Police arrested Jacqueline Silverio, 34, of First Avenue on a Third District Court bench warrant after she was stopped for driving 40 mph on Main Street, a 30 mph zone. Her license plate light was out too. Routine checks turned up the warrant. She was taken into custody, processed and held to be taken to District Court in the morning.
Wednesday, Aug. 21
5:20 p.m. – An East Greenwich man told police his car got caught in the rising tide at the public boat launch off Crompton Avenue. He’d just backed his boat trailer down the ramp in anticipation of pulling his boat from the water. He placed the car in park, got out, walked over to where the boat was docked and saw his car was partially submerged. The car was towed out.