From Nov. 5 to Nov. 11, the Jamestown Police Department responded to 433 calls for service, resulting in 245 security checks of vacant homes, businesses and public buildings.
The police also responded to 19 emergency calls, seven car accidents, seven animal complaints, four parking complaints, and eight alarms. There were 60 traffic stops, resulting in one arrest and nine traffic citations. Four of the tickets were issued by officers assigned to a state enforcement campaign.
Adrienne Williamson, 18, of Rolens Drive, South Kingstown, was charged Nov. 11 with obstruction, transportation of alcohol by a minor, and possession of marijuana. According to police, Williamson was pulled over for speeding on Route 138. Williamson was transported to the police station where she was processed and arraigned by a justice of the peace. Williamson was released after posting bail. A court date was scheduled for Nov. 15 at 2nd Division District Court in Newport.
• On Oct. 31, police responded to the gas station on Narragansett Avenue for a shoplifter. The owners did not press charges.
• On Nov. 4, police responded to America Way for a hit and run. A resident complained that a motorist hit a rock in a yard and drove off. There are no suspects.
• On Nov. 8, police responded to Conanicut Marine for two employees allegedly fighting. Neither party wished to pursue charges.
• On Nov. 10, police responded to North Road after a resident complained of a broken vehicle window. There are no signs of cause and no suspects.
• On Nov. 10, police responded to East Shore Road after a resident complained shots were fired in the backyard. The hunter, who was also the neighbor, was issued a warning.