From June 18 to June 24, the Jamestown Police Department responded to 378 calls for service. Of those calls, officers performed 183 security checks of vacant homes, businesses and public buildings.
The police also responded to 14 emergency calls, five automobile accidents, 10 animal complaints, 10 parking complaints and four alarms. There were 24 traffic stops, resulting in four traffic citations.
Ryan Reardon Noblet, 22, of Coronado Street, Jamestown, was charged June 19 for domestic assault and battery. Noblet was arrested following a disturbance call from a family member after he allegedly pushed a relative. The defendant was transported to the police station where he was processed and arraigned before a justice of the peace. He was released after posting bail. A court date was scheduled for June 21 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.
James Harrington, 25, of Worsley Avenue, North Kingstown, was charged June 22 with four counts of larceny under $1,500. According to police, the owner of the Narragansett Café filed a complaint two weeks ago that led to an investigation. Police say cash went missing on June 22 and officers responded to the restaurant. After viewing video surveillance, police determined Harrington allegedly removed cash earlier in the shift. He was taken into custody. The defendant’s vehicle was subsequently impounded and a search was executed on the car. Additional cash was found inside the vehicle, police say. Harrington was arraigned Sunday morning and was detained at the ACI in Cranston for allegedly being a probation violator. A court date was scheduled for June 24 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.