2010-03-25 / News of Record

FIRE & EMS

Possession of marijuana

• Edmund Pigeon, 54, of 26 Kearns Ave. in Warwick, was charged March 16 with first-offense possession of marijuana during a stop at Ft. Wetherill, according to police. An arraignment was scheduled for March 26 in Newport District Court, police said.

• Tyler O’Shea, 21, of 75 Elton Circle in Cranston, was charged March 22 with first-offense possession of marijuana after an offi cer stopped a car on Rt. 138 that matched the description of a suspicious vehicle complaint, according to police. The officer allegedly smelled marijuana and the operator allegedly admitted to possessing it, police said. He was held at the police station and an arraignment was scheduled for March 22 in Newport District Court, police said.

Vandalism • Dylan Lagory, 18, of 1336 Park St. in Attleboro, Mass., was charged March 19 with vandalism/ malicious injury to property after a detective allegedly caught him spray painting forts at Ft. Wetherill, according to police. An arraignment was scheduled for March 26 in Newport District Court, police said.

• A juvenile from Attleboro, Mass., was charged March 19 with vandalism/malicious injury to property after a detective allegedly caught the subject spray painting forts at Ft. Wetherill, according to police. An arraignment will be scheduled in Newport Family Court, police said.

Driving without a license

• Aaron Lee, 27, of 17 Clara Ln. in Narragansett was charged March 17 with driving on a suspended or revoked license during a traffic stop on Walcott Avenue, according to police. An arraignment was scheduled for March 18 in Newport District Court, police said.

• Priscilla A. Mulligan, 51, of 169 Conanicus Ave., Number Five, was charged March 19 with driving on a suspended license and obstructing an officer during a stop on Narragansett Avenue, according to police. She was held at the police station and a re-arraignment was scheduled for March 26 in Newport District Court, police said.

Weapons charge

Jason Rankin, 28, of 18 Sheffi eld Ave. in Coventry was charged March 19 with first-offense DUI and possession of a weapon other than a firearm during a traffic stop on Rt. 138, according to police. The officer pulled the vehicle over for alleged erratic operation, and the operator was allegedly found to be intoxicated and allegedly in possession of a knife, police said. He was held at the police station and a re-arraignment was scheduled for March 26 in Newport District Court, police said.

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