2010-04-22 / News of Record

POLICE LOG

Driving without a license

Patrick Sainsurin, 38, of 159 Grand Ave. in Cranston, was charged April 15 with driving without a license during a traffic stop on Rt. 138, according to police. An arraignment was scheduled for April 23 in Newport District Court, police said.

DUI charges

• James Thornley, 21, of 156 Sachem Rd. in North Kingstown, was charged April 15 with first-offense DUI after police allegedly received numerous calls about a vehicle operating erratically on Walcott Avenue, according to police. He was held at the police station and an arraignment was scheduled for April 16 in Newport District Court, police said.

• Kimberly Price, 38, of 871 Broad Rock Rd. in Wakefield, was charged April 18 with firstoffense DUI during a traffic stop on Rt. 138, according to police. A re-arraignment was scheduled for April 23 in Newport District Court, police said.

Possession of marijuana

• Joseph Britland, 18, of 240 Custer St. in Warwick, was charged April 14 with first-offense possession of marijuana during a traffic stop on Hamilton Avenue, according to police. He was held at the police station and an arraignment was scheduled for April 15 in Newport District Court, police said.

• Christopher Healey, 19, of 21 Wheeler St. in Warwick, was charged April 14 with first-offense possession of marijuana during a traffic stop on Hamilton Avenue, according to police. He was held at the police station and an arraignment was scheduled for April 15 in Newport District Court, police said.

• Justin Saltzman, 20, of 72 Second Point Rd. in Warwick, was charged April 14 with first-offense possession of marijuana during a traffic stop on Hamilton Avenue, according to police. He was held at the police station and an arraignment was scheduled for April 15 in Newport District Court, police said.

• Two juveniles from Warwick were charged April 14 with first-offense possession of marijuana during a traffic stop on Hamilton Avenue, according to police. A court date will be scheduled in Newport District Court, police said.

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