2011-10-06 / News of Record

POLICE LOG

Shoplifting

Cem Kurt, 21, of Circuit Drive, Narragansett, Samuel Baugh, 18, of Neptune Street, and Matthew Gregoire, 20, of Lawn Avenue, were charged Sept. 27 with misdemeanor shoplifting. According to police, subjects witnessed the three men allegedly stealing candy from Cumberland Farms. Security cameras confirmed the same. The parties involved were brought in for questioning and allegedly confessed, police said. All three defendants were released with a summons. An arraignment was scheduled for Kurt and Baugh on Oct. 7 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport. An arraignment was scheduled for Gregoire on Sept. 30 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.

Disorderly conduct

Donald E. Bates, 55, of East Greenwich Avenue, West Warwick, was charged Oct. 1 for disorderly conduct. Bates was held at the police station and was to be arraigned by a justice of the peace, according to police. An arraignment was scheduled for Oct. 7 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.

Expired license

Amory Reardon, 28, of Pond Street, West Warwick, was charged Oct. 2 for driving with an expired license. Reardon was not held at the police station and was released with a summons. An arraignment was scheduled for Oct. 21 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.

DUI

Jamie Layman, 36, of North Main Road, was charged Sept. 18 with first-offense DUI and refusal to submit to a chemical test. Layman was held at the police station and released after arraignment by a justice of the peace. A re-arraignment was scheduled for Sept. 26 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.

Incident Reports

• On Oct. 3, a resident reported that a 7-year-old HP laptop valued at $150 was stolen from their residence on Prudence Lane.

• On Oct. 2, a Fowler Street resident reported that a specialized Cannondale bicycle valued at $600 was stolen from their yard.

• On Sept. 26, a Bow Street resident reported that $50 was stolen from their mailbox.

• On Sept. 26, a resident reported that a Garmin GPS was stolen from their work vehicle on Grinnell Street.

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