2011-06-23 / News of Record

POLICE LOG

Disorderly conduct and willful trespass

William Cregan, 29, of Waites Corner Road, South Kingston, was charged June 17 with disorderly conduct and willful trespass. Police were called to a local cafe where Cregan was allegedly unruly and refused to leave when asked. After police arrived, he agreed to leave but returned and attempted to block the entrance, police said. He was taken into custody and held at the Jamestown Police Station where he was arraigned by a justice of the peace. A re-arraignment has been scheduled for June 24 at Newport District Court, according to police.

Warrant violation

Wayne Cote, 47, of Howard Street, Cranston, was charged June 18 with a warrant violation after he was questioned by police concerning his outdated license plate sticker. When police ran his drivers license they were informed of the warrant violation, police said. Cote was taken to the ACI where he is awaiting further court action, according to police.

Simple assault, vandlism/ malicious injury to property

Joshua A. Coute, 24, of East Main Road, Middletown, was charged June 18 with simple assault, vandalism/malicious injury to property after police responded to numerous calls concerning a loud and rowdy party on Dory Street, police said. Coute was held at the Jamestown Police Department before transportation to the ACI. An arraignment was scheduled for June 19 at Newport District Court, according to police.

Simple assault

Joseph L. Pereira, Jr., 30, of Greenwood Street, Cranston, was charged June 18 with simple assault after police responded to numerous calls concerning a loud and rowdy party on Dory Street, police said. Pereira was held at the Jamestown Police Department before transportation to the ACI. An arraignment was scheduled for June 19 at Newport District Court, according to police.

Incident report

• On June 15, a bank credit card was reported stolen from a house on Pemberton Avenue. The matter is being investigated.

• On June 16, the interior of a boat at the East Ferry Docks was reported vandalized.

• On June 17, a license plate was reported stolen from a vehicle on Deck Street.

• On June 17, a Cole Street resident reported a number of harassing phone calls from an unknown solicitor.

• On June 18 a Seaside Drive resident reported that the back window of a vehicle parked in his driveway had been broken.

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