2010-11-18 / News of Record

POLICE LOG

First offense DUI/

B. A. C. unknown

Angela Rodriguez, 43, of 1505 High Hawk Rd., East Greenwich, was charged Nov. 9 with first offense DUI and refusal to submit to a chemical test after police stopped her car on Route 138 westbound, police said.

Police were on the lookout for her car after being called by Newport and Middletown Police Departments. Rodriguez had allegedly hit two cars, one in Middletown, and one in Newport, and left the scene of both accidents, according to police.

Rodriguez was taken to the Jamestown Police Station for processing and an arraignment was scheduled for Nov. 12 at Newport District Court, police said.

Suspended license

Jonathan P. Caito, 26, of 21 Wildflower Lane was charged Nov. 10 with driving with a suspended license, police said. Caito was stopped for a traffic infraction. When police ran his license plate, the suspended license was verified. The defendant was not held at the police station. An arraignment was scheduled for Nov. 19 at Newport District Court according to police.

Suspended license/

bench warrant Jeffrey Wright, 32, of 24 Third St., Newport, was charged Nov. 15 with driving with a suspended license and bench warrant violation after police stopped him on Severence Lane, police said. The arresting officer was aware of the suspended license and recognized the defendant. When police ran his license plate, the information concerning the bench warrant was made available.

Wright was held at the police station where an arraignment was scheduled for Dec. 3. Wright was then taken to the ACI in Cranston, according to police.

Incidents On Nov. 11, an ATM card was fraudulently used and reported to the police as well as the bank. The case is under investigation and further details are not available, according to police.

On Nov. 12, a vandalism report was made after a rock was thrown through a custom window in the Jamestown village. The case is under investigation and further details are not available, according to police.

On Nov. 12, a debit card was fraudulently used and reported to the police as well as the bank. The case is under investigation and further details are not available, according to police.

On Nov. 15, an elderly patient walked away from caregivers at an adult daycare facility. The person was found and returned to the daycare center.

On Nov. 15, a debit card was fraudulently used and reported to the police as well as the bank. The case is under investigation and further details are not available, according to police.

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