2010-11-25 / News of Record

POLICE LOG

First offense DUI/

B.A.C. .15 or greater

James P. Corbett. Jr., 57, of 14505 Courtland Ave., Cleveland, was charged Nov. 19 with first offense DUI with a B.A.C. of .15 or greater, after he approached an officer to ask for directions and slurred his speech and smelled of alcohol, police said. Corbett was held at the police station and released by a justice of the peace after an arraignment was scheduled for Dec. 3 at Newport District Court, police said.

Underage possession of alcohol

Jake Redder, 18, of 41 Spencer Rd., North Kingstown, was charged Nov. 20 with possession of alcohol by an underage person after police observed his overloaded vehicle, stopped him, and smelled alcohol, police said. Redder was not held at the police station. An arraignment was scheduled for Dec. 3 at Newport District Court, police said.

Driving with expired license

Julian Kim, 20, of 10 Winthrop St., Cranston, was charged Nov. 21 for driving with an expired license after an officer ran his plate and learned that his driver’s license had expired, police said. Kim was not held at the police station. An arraignment was scheduled for Dec. 3 at Newport District Court, according to police.

Incidents

On Nov. 16, unauthorized charges were made to a debit card. Incident was reported to the police and the bank.

On Nov. 17 street lights were reported vandalized on Conanicus Avenue They appeared to be shot out with a BB gun, according to police.

On Nov. 18, a credit card was fraudulently used and the incident was reported to the police. The bank was informed of the transaction, which is under investigation.

On Nov. 18, a Calvert Place garage was vandalized. The owner reported that windows were broken and police investigated the matter.

On Nov. 18, a cemetery gravestone was vandalized on East Shore Road. The incident was reported to police and a report was taken.

On Nov. 21, a shed belonging to a summer resident was reported vandalized. Graffiti was drawn on the sides. A neighbor reported the incident to police.

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