Drunk driving charged
Sean Wilard, 31, of Providence, was charged March 15 with first offense drunk driving and refusal to take a Breathalyzer test, police said.
Willard was stopped on Route 138 when he was spotted by police driving on the wrong side of the road. Willard was held at the police station where he was arraigned and a pre-trial hearing was set for March 28 at Newport District Court, police said.
Bench warrant violation
Derek D. Brazeau, 28, of North Providence, was charged March 13 with a bench warrant violation and driving with a suspended license, police said.
Police noticed that the car Brazeau was driving was not actively registered. When they ran the plate, police learned that a warrant for Brazeau had been issued for failure to appear in court for a prior suspended license charge.
Brazeau appeared March 14 in Newport District Court, police said.
Picked up on warrants • Jason Crudden, 23, of Westerly was charged March 18 with a bench warrant violation for failure to appear for a summons from 4th District Court. Crudden was a passenger in a car stopped for not having an inspection sticker. When police ran his drivers license the bench warrant came up, police said.
Crudden was transported to 4th District Court for processing, police said.
• William Seller, 31, of New Bedford was charged March 15 with bench warrant violations from 2nd Division Superior Court and 6th Division Superior Court. Police knew Seller had outstanding warrants and picked him up when they saw him standing on the sidewalk on Conanicus Avenue, police said.
Seller was turned over to the ACI. Further action is yet to be determined, police said.
Suspended license charged
Javier Flores, 22, of Providence was charged March 19 with driving with a suspended license after he was stopped for speeding on Route 138 westbound, police said.
Arraignment was scheduled for March 28 at Newport District Court, police said.