An Arnold Avenue resident reported an alleged felony larceny (theft of over $500) on Dec. 29. The victim claimed a Louis Vuitton purse worth $530, containing a Louis Vuitton wallet worth $300, a Blackberry wireless device valued at $300, with a $40 case, a Mass. driver's license, valued at $35, a $65 T-Pass, a bottle of prescription medicine worth $35, a white gold diamond ring with a $250 value and a white gold sapphire ring also valued at $250 along with Mac and Bobbi Brown cosmetics worth $200 and a gift check of $50 as well as assorted gift cards amounting to $170, a gift certificate to Universal Nails for $45, a gift certificate to Injeanius for $194, and a bottle of Kai perfume oil worth $45 as well as $40 in cash and other personal identification items were stolen from her unlocked car on Conanicus Avenue. She reported that she was only 30 feet from her car for no more than five minutes at 4:10 p.m., when the incident happened.
phone calls charged
Susanne Barrett, 20, of North Attleborro, Mass., was charged Jan. 23 at the police station with making crank/obscene phone calls to a Jamestown resident, police said.
Barrett was issued a summons to appear at the police station after an investigation of the numerous crank calls to the Jamestown resident. A court date for arraignment was scheduled at the police station for Feb. 1 at Newport District Court, according to police.
Marijuana possession charged
Michael Netro, 54, and Erin Netro, 26, of 130 America Way, were charged Jan. 25 with one count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver after officers from the Jamestown Police Department along with members of the Narragansett Police Department executed a search warrant on a residence located at 130 America Way, police said.
The search resulted in the seizure of 1.5-pounds of marijuana, as well as other materials used in the packaging of marijuana for distribution. Three firearms were also seized during the search, according to police. The arrests were the result of a two-month long investigation by the Jamestown and Narragansett Police Departments. Because the investigation is ongoing, no other information concerning the case will be released at this time, police said.
simple assault charged
James Mulcahey, 41, of Carolina, RI, was charged Jan. 25 with disorderly conduct and two counts of simple assault after officers responded to a fight in progress on Narragansett Avenue, according to police.
Mulcahey was taken to the police station where he was arraigned and a pre-trial court date was scheduled for Feb. 1 at Newport District Court.
of alcohol charged
Anthony J. Scalora, 19, of 38 Narragansett Ave., was charged Jan. 26 with furnishing and procuring alcohol for a minor and for underage possession of alcohol after police responded to a complaint of a loud party, police said.
Scalora was taken to the police station where he was arraigned and was then transferred to the ACI. A pre-trial court date was scheduled for Feb. 1 at Newport District Court.
A 16-year-old juvenile was also charged in the same incident with violation of a family court-ordered curfew. The juvenile was released to parents. The case was referred to family court, according to police.
Drunken driving charged
Mario Nonnenmacher, 50, of North Kingstown was charged Jan. 27 with first offense drunken driving with a BAC of .10-.15 after he was stopped for driving erratically on North Main Road, police said.
Nonnenmacher was held at the police station where he was arraigned and a pre-trial court date was scheduled for Feb. 1 at Newport District Court, according to police.