• Makiel Nunes, 18, of Butternut Drive, North Kingstown, Jacqueline Glassie, 21, of High Street, Jamestown, and a 17-yearold male juvenile from Jamestown were charged Feb. 15 with breaking and entering of a vessel and conspiracy to commit breaking and entering.
According to police, Detective Derek Carlino received information from a confidential source that breaking and entering into a vessel was in progress at Dutch Harbor Boat Yard. An officer responded and allegedly caught the three individuals inside the cabin of a 34- foot sailboat.
Glassie was also charged with providing alcohol to minors, and Nunes and the juvenile were charged with underage possession of alcohol. All three were held at the police station.
A felony screening for Glassie and Nunes was scheduled for March 29 at the attorney general’s office in Newport. A date has yet to be scheduled for an arraignment for the juvenile.
• In an unrelated incident, Makiel Nunes was charged Feb. 20 with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and underage possession of alcohol. According to police, Detective Derek Carlino received information from a confidential source that Nunes was in possession of marijuana for the purpose of selling it. Nunes was allegedly located on Conanicus Avenue and found to be in possession of several bags of marijuana, digital scales and a Bud Light beer. The defendant was held at the police station. A felony screening was scheduled for March 29 at the attorney general’s office in Newport.
Victoria Coccia, 23, of Stirling Drive, North Scituate, was charged Feb. 18 with obtaining a controlled substance by fraudulent means. According to police, on Jan. 24 a female subject using a fake name presented a fake prescription to Baker’s Pharmacy for Oxycontin. An investigation revealed that Coccia was allegedly responsible and Jamestown Police obtained an arrest warrant. Police say Coccia is also suspected of the same offense in other Rhode Island and Massachusetts municipalities. Providence Police arrested Coccia on Feb. 18 on the Jamestown warrant and she was transferred to the ACI. A felony screening was scheduled for March 29 at the attorney general’s office in Newport.
Throwing objects at cars
A 14-year-old male juvenile from Jamestown was charged Feb. 20 with throwing objects at a police vehicle. According to police, a cruiser was driving west on Narragansett Avenue when a sneaker that had been set on fire was thrown into the roadway and landed near the cruiser. A date has yet to be scheduled for a hearing in front of the Jamestown Juvenile Hearing Board.