2010-01-14 / News of Record

POLICE LOG

Driving under the influence

• Scott Williams, 43, of 20 County St. in Newport, was charged Jan. 6 with first-offense DUI and refusal to submit to a chemical test after an officer stopped his vehicle for alleged erratic operation on Rt. 138, according to police. He was held at the police station and an arraignment was scheduled for Jan. 6 in Newport District Court, police said.

• Steven Munger, 36, of 95 Southwest Ave., was charged Jan. 10 with first-offense DUI, refusal to submit to a chemical test and resisting arrest after an officer attempted to pull him over for alleged erratic operation on Southwest Avenue, according to police. When Munger allegedly exited the vehicle and attempted to go into his house, the officer was able to interview him and determine that he was allegedly driving under the influence, police said. According to police, Munger allegedly resisted arrest, but was brought into custody. He was held at the police station and a re-arraignment was scheduled for Jan. 15 in Newport District Court, police said.

Driving on a suspended or

revoked license

• Joseph Bellino, 71, of 593 Beavertail Rd., was charged Jan. 11 with driving on a suspended or expired license during a routine traffic stop on Tashtassuc Road, according to police. An arraignment was scheduled for Jan. 29 in Newport District Court, police said.

Outstanding bench warrant

• John R. Davis, 56, of 12 Mountain View Rd. in Narragansett, was picked up Jan. 6 on a bench warrant for failure to appear on a Jamestown Police suspended license charge, according to police. Davis turned himself in to Jamestown Police, police said. He was scheduled to be turned over to Newport District Court’s sheriffs on Jan. 6, police said.

• Douglas Mulcahey, 23, of 32 Huston Ave. in Newport, was picked up Jan. 4 on a bench warrant issued from Newport District Court during a routine traffic stop on Rt. 138, according to police. An arraignment was scheduled for Jan. 4 in Newport District Court, police said.

Obstruction of officer

• Nicholas Grassini, 20, of 24 Wood River Ln. in West Greenwich, was charged Jan. 11 with obstructing an officer in the execution of duty and false report of a crime after he allegedly left the scene of a minor vehicle accident on Beavertail Road and called Jamestown Police to report that the vehicle was stolen, according to police. He was held at the police station and an arraignment was scheduled for Jan. 12 in Newport District Court, police said.

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