2011-06-09 / News of Record

POLICE LOG

Larceny over/under $500

Natalie A. Washburn, 46, of Conanicus Avenue, was charged June 1 with larceny after police investigated a report of missing jewelry from a Wetherill Road residence with a value of more than $500, police said. Washburn was taken into custody at her home and transported to Newport District Court where she was arraigned, according to police.

Possession of marijuana and possession of an illegal weapon

Michael G. Lepage, 21, of Raven Boulevard, Coventry, was charged June 5 with possession of marijuana and possession of an illegal weapon other than a firearm after the marijuana and knife were found when he was stopped for speeding on Walcott Avenue, police said. Lepage was held at the police station where he posted bail with a justice of the peace. An arraignment was scheduled for June 10 at Newport District Court, according to police. First offense DUI and refusal to submit to a chemical test

Jennifer Curran, 24, of Hamilton Avenue, was charged June 7 with first offense DUI and refusal to submit to a chemical test after she was stopped on Route 138 for erratic operation of a motor vehicle, police said. Curran was held at the police station where she was arraigned by a justice of the peace. A re-arraignment was scheduled for June 24 at Newport District Court, according to police. Driving without/expired license

Juan Arnoldo Gomez Melgar, of Pleasant Street, Newport, was charged June 5 with driving with an expired license after he was stopped for a traffic infraction, police said. Melgar was not held at the police station. An arraignment was scheduled for July 1 at Newport District Court, according to police.

Incident reports

• On June 1, a license plate was reported missing from a car on America Way.

• On June 2, the rear window of a car parked on Windsor Street was reported broken.

• One June 2, a domestic argument was reported on Windsor Street by a woman who said she was being threatened by her intoxicated husband during a verbal dispute.

• On June 6, employees of New England Hydroseeding were reported trespassing on Rainbow Pond where they were siphoning water.

• On June 7, a dog on a leash allegedly bit another dog on a leash when the dogs were being walked by their owners at East Shore Road and Providence Street.

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