Breaking and entering into a business
• Wilfred Dumont 44, of 43 Bayberry Drive, Mashpee, Mass., was charged April 7 with breaking and entering the East Ferry Deli on April 5.
A joint investigation involving the Mashpee Police Department, the Massachusetts State Police, the Pawtucket Police Department, the North Providence Police Department and the Jamestown Police Department led to his arrest.
Dumont is a suspect in numerous business breaking and entering charges between Jamestown and Cape Cod, according to police. The Jamestown Police Department was alerted by other police departments to be on the lookout for Dumont and gave a description of him as well as his car.
Jamestown police found Dumont’s car parked in the area of the East Ferry Deli on the evening before it was broken into. Diligent police work linked Dumont to the alleged break-in.
North Providence police arrested Dumont and charged him. He was held at the North Providence station where an arraignment was scheduled for April 8 at Newport District Court.
• Stephen Zielinski, 57, of 45 Vista Circle, North Kingstown, was charged April 8 with three counts of allegedly breaking and entering into Jamestown Boat Yard on three separate occasions.
On March 11, Jamestown Boat Yard captured a suspect on a security camera entering the business in the early morning hours and stealing cash from a lock box.
The suspect was captured on camera again on March 24, police said. Jamestown Police Detective Derek Carlino performed surveillance at the boat yard and witnessed the third break-in and larceny of cash. Police apprehended Zielinski at that time. He was held at the police station where a felony screening was scheduled for May 19 at Newport District Court, according to police.
Yasemin Cankurtaran, 22, of 903 Providence Place, Apt. 211, Providence, was charged April 3 with driving with a suspended/ revoked license after he was stopped on Route 138 for a traffi c infraction and police called to verify his drivers license, police said. Cankurtaran was not held at the police station. An arraignment was scheduled for April 8 at Newport District Court.
Simple assault and vandalism
Vanessa Ciesla, 54, of 437 Sampan Ave., was charged April 11 with simple assault and vandalism, police said. The victim reported being assaulted by a female subject he had videotaped not picking up after her dog at the town reservoir on North Road on April 9. The suspect also damaged the victim’s video camera. Ciesla was identified on the videotape and an arrest warrant was issued. Ciesla turned herself in at the police station, according to police.
Ciesla was not held at the station. A pre-trial conference was scheduled for April 29 at Newport District Court.
• On April 10, a Tom-Tom GPS worth more than $100, an iPhone charger, radio cord, battery, hand sanitizer, dog biscuits and animal waste disposal bags were reported stolen from a car that was left unlocked at 4 Holmes Court, according to police.
• On April 10, a Garmen GPS, pair of Armani sunglasses, and a cell phone charger were stolen from an unlocked car at 36 High Street, police said.
The Jamestown Police Department encourages all Jamestown residents to lock unattended vehicles and store valuables where they cannot be easily seen.