Bench warrant violation
• Kenneth Hughes, 38, of 49 Freemont St., Providence, was charged May 5 with violation of a bench warrant after police ran a routine check of his driver’s license during a traffic stop and the warrant was revealed, police said. Hughes was held at the Cranston ACI overnight, and he was arraigned at Newport District Court the following morning, according to police.
• David J. Dourado, 33, of 218 Capstan St., was charged May 8 with a bench warrant violation from the 6th District Court for driving with a suspended license. Police were aware of the warrant and picked Dourado up at his home, police said. Dourado was held at the police station where he posted cash bail after he was arraigned by a justice of the peace, according to police. Suspended license and receiving stolen goods-misdemeanor
Mary Bennett, 42, of 57 Narragansett Ave., was charged May 5 with driving with a suspended license and possession of stolen goods, police said. Bennett was stopped for a traffic infraction. When police made a routine check of her driver’s license and license plate, the driver’s license came back as suspended and the license plate as stolen. Bennett was held at the police station overnight and arraigned the following morning at Newport District Court, according to police.
Refusal of Breathalyzer 2nd offense and DUI 1st offense
Robert Gill, 60, of 110 Sachem Road, Narragansett, was charged May 6 with refusal to submit to a chemical test second offense, and first offense DUI, BAC unknown, after he was stopped for erratic driving, according to police. Gill was not held at the station. An arraignment was scheduled for May 13 at Newport District Court, according to police.
Fugitive from justice
Marco Perez, 22, of 272 Douglas Ave., Providence, was charged May 8 with being a fugitive from justice when he was involved in a verbal domestic dispute and the police were called. A routine check of his identification showed that he had a warrant violation from Fall River Police Department, police said. Perez was held at the Jamestown Police station then transferred to the ACI where an arraignment was scheduled for May 9 at Newport District Court, according to police.
Felony larceny - three counts
Mindy Perreault, 31, of 48 Ames St., Coventry, was charged May 9 with three counts of felony larceny (theft) after she turned herself in at the Jamestown Police Station, police said. An extensive investigation revealed that Perreault was working for a cleaning company and was stealing jewelry from clients and selling it to a pawnshop in West Warwick. The Jamestown police recovered some of the jewelry. Perrault is facing criminal charges in numerous jurisdictions. A felony screening was scheduled for June 16 at the office of the Attorney General in Newport, according to police.
• On May 4, the engine on the pump-out boat at East Ferry was vandalized. The incident is under investigation.
• On May 5, a woman at 27 Topmast Court was bitten by a dog that had escaped its owner’s property.