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Thrown Eggs & A Falling ATM

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

Monday, May 7

8:59 p.m. — Police arrested Sean McCulley, 20, of Sturbridge Drive in Warwick, for driving with an expired driver’s permit, after he was pulled over on Main Street because his view was obstructed by a large ornament hanging from his rearview mirror. Police issued two summonses and he was released. His passenger drove the car from the scene.

Thursday, May 10

8 a.m. — , 24, of Summer Street in Central Falls, for conspiracy to commit breaking and entering after she admitted driving the getaway car Monday, May 7.

Friday, May 11

8:22 a.m. — , 23, of Park Avenue in Cranston, for breaking and entering of an occupied house on Frenchtown Road, Monday, May 7, and for conspiracy to commit breaking and entering in the same incident. He was arraigned on two felony charges. Unable to make the $20,000 bail and because he was a probation violator, he was taken to the ACI.

Saturday, May 12

6:52 p.m. — Police arrested Valerie Martin, 25, of Smith Street in Warwick, on a charge of domestic malicious damage after a car parked on Westwood Drive belonging to the father of her son was egged and a witness saw her near the car at the time. She was arraigned and given a District Court summons.

10:05 p.m. — Police arrested Ryan Healey, 25, of Mission Place in Providence, on charges of disorderly conduct and malicious damage after an incident at Harbourside. According to the report, Healey tried to punch one of the bouncers, then pushed two bouncers into an ATM machine, causing them to fall down and the machine to fall over. Then he pushed one of the bouncers into a wall. The manager of the restaurant said he wanted to press charges. Healey was issued a summons and released. A friend picked him up.

Gloria De Paola May 21, 2012 at 04:45 PM
Breakin on Frenchtown Road? On Tuesday, June 12 EG fire and police personnel will offer tips on how to keep your home, kids and pets safe, at the East Greenwich Free Library at 82 Peirce Street. The program begins at 7 pm and it's sponsored by Friends of the Library.

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