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ASSAULT

Joseph Resendes, 46 of 45 Beckwith Street #2 in Cranston was arrested on November 18 at 6:57 p.m. by Officer Babcock for domestic simple assault and domestic disorderly conduct as a result of a disturbance call at 45 Beckwith Street. He was later arraigned by a justice of the peace.

On November 18 at 12:13 a.m. Officer Rocchio arrested Anna Tumber, 22, of 435 Oaklawn Ave. Apt. 323 for domestic disorderly conduct and domestic simple assault as a result of a disturbance call at the aforementioned address. She was arraigned and released by a justice of the peace.

Ebony Carson-Hamilton, 24, of 137 Eldridge St. in Cranston was arrested on November 13 at 9:41 a.m. by Officer Clifford for domestic simple assault, domestic disorderly conduct and resisting arrest following a call for service at the above address. Carson-Hamilton was held for arraignment pending the arrival of a justice of the peace.

BREAKING AND ENTERING

On November 18 at 4:43 a.m., Officer Medeiros arrested George Akins, 34, of 2 Odonell Ave. in Warwick for domestic breaking and entering, domestic disorderly conduct and crank or obscene phone calls as a result of a call for a breaking and entering at 39 Richard St. He was held for arraignment.

DISORDERLY

On November 18 at 11:29 p.m., Sergeant Dygon arrested Michael Clemons, 56, of 214 Maple Ave., Montville, Conn., for disorderly conduct as a result of a disturbance at Mardi Gras. He was held for arraignment.

Officer Sullivan arrested Ronald Forti, 20, of 195 Hartford Pike in Foster on November 18 at 8:40 p.m. for disorderly conduct as a result of a disturbance call at 1308 Cranston Street, #3. Also arrested was Robert M. Tirocchi, 22, of 199 Deerfield Road, Cranston for disorderly conduct.

Lauren Fortini, 30, of 21 Watkins Ave. in Cranston was arrested on November 18 at 3:47 a.m. by Officer Carroll for domestic disorderly conduct as a result of a disturbance at the aforementioned address. She was held for arraignment.

FALSE PRETENSES

On November 13 at 8:30 a.m. Officer Comella arrested Evaristo Medina, 52, of 884 Main St. #1 in Pawtucket for obtaining money under false pretenses and obstruction. The arrest was the result of a call for service at 1211 Cranston St. Medina was held for arraignment pending arrival of a justice of the peace.

NO CONTACT

Officer Troiano arrested Sean Richardson, 26, of 35 Bowlet St. in Providence on November 17 at 9:56 p.m. for violation of a no contact order as a result of a suspicious person call at the River Bend Apartments at 575 Dyer Ave. He was held overnight for morning arraignment as a bail violator.

POSSESSION

On November 17 at 3:35 p.m. Officer Carroll arrested Heather Warren, 39, of 41 Wildwood Ave. in Providence for possession of a schedule II narcotic and receiving stolen goods as a result of a traffic stop on Garfield Ave. He was issued a summons to appear and transported to Rhode Island Hospital for a mental health evaluation.

POSSESSION OF FIREARM

As a result of a motor vehicle stop on Cranston St. at Gladstone St. on November 18 at 2:37 a.m., Officers Rocchio and Smith arrested Jose Berrios, 18, of 67 Salmon St. in Providence for license or permit required for carrying a pistol, conspiracy, and possession of firearm while committing a controlled substance violation. He was held for arraignment.

Also arrested during the above stop were Christian Boria, 23, of 130 Wendell St., Providence for license or permit required for carrying a pistol, conspiracy, possession of firearm while committing a controlled substance violation and a Superior Court bench warrant, and Jerry Taylor, 19, of 53 Sears Ave. Apt. 3 in Providence, for license or permit required for carrying a pistol, possession of a firearm while committing a controlled substance violation, weapons other than firearms, manufacturing/possession/delivery of a schedule I-V drug, conspiracy, and driving on a suspended license third offense.

SHOPLIFTING

Following a call for service at the Plainfield Pike Walmart on November 18 at 12:56 p.m., Officer Merry arrested Rachel Hill, 23, of 7 Dublin Dr. in Lutherville Timonium, Maryland for shoplifting. She was held for arraignment by a justice of the peace.

On November 17 at 3:30 a.m. Officer Travers arrested Henry Proffit, 37, of 41 Wildwood Ave, Providence for shoplifting-habitual offender, obstructing an officer in the execution of duty, an affidavit warrant from the Warwick Police Department, and a Superior Court bench warrant as a result of a traffic stop on Garfield Ave.He was held for morning arraignment as a probation violator.

Officers Lavey and Neri arrested Elizabeth Darosa, 40, of 201 Montgomery Ave. in Cranston on November 16 at 11:45 a.m. for felony shoplifting. Her arrest was the result of a call for service at the Kmart located at 296 Garfield Ave. She was later transported to the Third District Court for arraignment.

Helluva Brown, 25, of 325 Niagra St. in Providence was arrested on November 13 at 7:21 p.m. by Officer Corvese for two counts of shoplifting, two counts of conspiracy, and obstructing an officer in the execution of duty as a result of a traffic stop on Oaklawn Ave.Brown was arraigned and released by a justice of the peace.

WARRANTS

Officer Leonard arrested Rogelio Sanchez, 29, of 145 Chestnut St. in Central Falls on November 17 at 6:20 p.m. for a Superior Court bench warrant as a result of a traffic stop on Gansett Ave. He was later transported to the ACI men’s intake center.

On November 17 at 7:51 p.m. Officer Travers arrested Christopher Carrion, 22, of 8 Lawrence St. in Cumberland for a two Superior Court bench warrants and a Sixth District Court bench warrant as a result of a traffic stop on Montgomery Ave. He was later transported to the ACI men’s intake center.

WEAPONS

On November 17 at 7:51 p.m. Officer Travers arrested Troy Place, 18, of 60 Ruskin Ave. in Woonsocket for weapons other than firearms as a result of a traffic stop on Montgomery Ave. He was arraigned and released by justice of the peace.

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