2006-11-02 / News of Record

Police Log

Juveniles charged

+ A 17-year-old male was charged Oct. 31 with possessing marijuana after police stopped him at the Cumberland Farms store.

The youth was referred to Family Court, police said.

+ A 15-year-old boy was charged with driving without a license after he was stopped Oct. 31 at the Xtra-Mart store on Narragansett Avenue. The boy was referred to Family Court, police said.

Domestic disturbance

Angel Merced, 31, of 11 Mast St., and Raymond Duclos, 47, of the same address were charged Oct. 31 after an altercation at the house.

Merced was charged with domestic disorderly conduct and malicious injury to property, and Duclos was charged with violating a no contact order, police said.

They were held overnight and scheduled to be arraigned Nov. 1, police said.

Disorderly conduct charged

+ Matthew T. McLoughlin, 18, of 5 Forest Ave., was charged with disorderly conduct after police observed him and a juvenile throwing beer cans at cars in the immediate vicinity of a large party they were in the process of breaking up on Mercy Weeden Court.

McLoughlin is scheduled for arraignment on Nov. 3, police said.

The juvenile, a 17-year-old male, was charged with disorderly conduct and possession of alcoholic beverages by an underage person. He was referred to Family Court, police said.

License violation charged

Ebony R. Igle, 18, of Newport was charged Oct. 30 with driving without a license after a traffic stop on Route 138. She is scheduled to appear Nov. 17 in Newport District Court, police said.

Burglary reported

A resident of Mercy Weeden Court told police Oct. 28 that the front door to the house was damaged and the house was apparently entered. It was not determined if anything was taken from the house, police said.

Vandalism reported

A man from North Main Road told police Oct. 29 that someone keyed his truck on three sides.

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