2007-08-30 / News of Record

Police Log

No contact order violated

Samuel Baugh, 54, of 73 Carr Lane was charged Aug. 22 with violation of a no contact order and with violating terms of his probation, police said. He was arraigned and transferred to the Adult Correctional Institutions where he is being held without bail. A pre-trial hearing is scheduled for Sept. 4 at Newport District Court, police said.

Suspended license charged

Vanessa Gold, 27, of Pawtucket was charged Aug. 25 with driving with a suspended license after she was stopped for speeding on Route 138 East. An arraignment is scheduled for Aug. 31 at Newport District Court, police said.

Break-in charged

Kevin Carty, 66, of 45 Pemberton Ave., was charged Aug. 26 with breaking and entering a dwelling of a person over 60 years old. A resident of Pemberton Avenue called 911 and reported that she arrived home and found a strange man inside her residence. Carty was held overnight at the police department where he was arraigned and released on his own recognizance. A court date was scheduled for Oct. 4 at Newport Superior Court, police said.

Vandalism and vehicles entered

During the overnight hours of Aug. 22, numerous acts of vandalism occurred in the Shoreby Hill area, police said. One resident reported a smashed window at approximately 1:45 a.m. and several unlocked vehicles were entered and items were reported stolen, according to police.

Attempted break

and enter reported

Police received a call from a newspaper delivery person on Aug. 26 at approximately 4:20 a.m., reporting possible suspicious activity by a man on Pemberton Avenue. The caller reported that the man ran off when the caller arrived at the scene. Then the caller saw an open window on a residence with the screen lying a few feet away in a bush. Officers responded to the call and determined that an attempted break-in had occurred.

The scene was processed for evidence by a Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI) technician, and an investigation is ongoing, police said. A department spokesman also said that the incident is not believed to be related to the break-in that occurred on the same street that evening.

Reminder from the

police department

The Police Department reminds all Jamestown resident to lock their vehicles and their homes. All of the recent thefts from vehicles and break-ins of homes have occurred where doors or windows were left open.

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