Monday, May 13, 2013
Police are looking to talk to anyone with information about the incident, which took place early Monday morning.
A man broke into Davisville Middle School on School Street in North Kingstown in the early morning hours of Monday, May 13, according to NK police. There was extensive damage to equipment and the building itself, police said, but the school day proceeded as usual. A suspect is clearly seen on school department video inside the school carrying bolt cutters and wearing a white mask to cover his face. No other specifics are being released, said Detective Lieutenant Chris Emerson. "We're just looking to get the image out there," he said. Police are asking anyone who recognizes the person in the photos attached here or has information about the break in to contact NKPD detectives at (401) 294-3316, ext. 8211. Anyone who wishes to remain …
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Two Providence men were charged with breaking and entering after allegedly stealing cigarettes from the pharmacy on New London Turnpike overnight.
Police arrested two Providence men charged with breaking into the CVS on New London Turnpike overnight, allegedly stealing cigarettes. Somsack Sithong, 30, of 25 Lavaugn St., Providence, and Darryl Henries, 42, of 270 Vermont Ave., Providence, are charged with breaking and entering and conspiracy after allegedly stealing packs of cigarettes from the Coventry pharmacy. An alarm alerted Coventry police to the CVS at 2250 New London Turnpike at about 3:30 this morning. The north side of street there is part of East Greenwich, but Coventry police are first responders there. While patrol units were responding, a witness near the scene said two men had just entered the front of the store after smashing the window, then drove away in a grey …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
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…
Friday, May 25, 2012
Arbor Way resident encounters one suspect in his open garage; the suspect said he needed a taxi.
All three suspects – one woman, two men – in a Friday morning break in at 1895 Middle Road are now in custody, police confirm. The arrests follow a manhunt that involved police from several communities and stretched west of Tillinghast Road between Middle and Frenchtown roads. One suspect was taken by EG Rescue to Kent Hospital with possible hypothermia – "wet and cold," according to Police Chief Tom Coyle. According to East Greenwich Police, the three suspects were surprised when a resident of the Middle House house returned. The house sits back on the lot, separated from the street by a pond. For some residents of area, it was a scary morning, with police telling them to stay in their homes and keep their doors locked. Mike Battey, who …
Police were still combing the area Friday morning between Middle and Frenchtown roads west of Tillinghast, in search of the suspects.
UPDATE: Police report all three suspects are in custody as of 11:30 a.m. To read an updated story, click here. Police have arrested a woman and were still looking for two men in connection to a break in reported Friday morning around 8:30 at 1895 Middle Road. According to EG Police, a resident of the house surprised the suspects, who fled. A search continued midmorning Friday for two suspects in the area of Middle Road and Frenchtown roads west of Tillinghast Road. Police were urging residents of the area to remain inside and keep their doors locked. For more information, and a video with Chief Coyle, click here.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Sunnybrook Farms owner says the robbery is first in 22 years of ownership.
East Greenwich Police Chief Tom Coyle said they are “working on a suspect” in the armed robbery Tuesday night of the Sunnybrook Farms convenience store on Main Street. The suspect, around 18 to 20 years old, held up a lone store clerk Tuesday around 9:30 p.m., according to police. On Wednesday, store owner Mike DiRaimo said he had not yet figured out how much was taken. DiRaimo said this was the first time in 22 years of ownership that a robbery — armed or otherwise — had taken place. “Once we caught some kids taking candy bars. That’s the extent of it,” he said. The clerk, he said, has worked at the store for eight years and did not recognize the man, who was captured on videotape by a surveillance camera. "Most of our customers are …
Monday, May 7, 2012
According to police, she barricaded herself in an upstairs room and called police.
A suspect broke into a house on Frenchtown Road west of Tillinghast Road late afternoon Monday and a young girl was in the house at the time, police said Monday night. The girl, who police said was under age 15, hid in an upstairs room and called 911. "She did an excellent job of keeping in touch with us," said Det. Lieutenant Jeremy Fague Monday night. She continued to update police throughout the encounter. By the time police arrived, however, the suspect was gone. The girl was not hurt. "We arrived on scene and the suspect wasn’t there and we started our investigation," Fague said. "The house was broken into." He refused to elaborate as to what, if anything, had been taken from the house or give the exact address. Police are treating …