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Police logs: Sept. 5, 2013


Westerly

Christopher B. Caswell, 55, of 63 Griswold St., Pawcatuck, was charged Sunday with two counts of simple assault or battery and disorderly conduct.

Matthew C. Sprague, 24, of 55 School St., Westerly, was charged Monday with domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property. He was charged by Hopkinton police on Aug. 29 with two counts of disorderly conduct.

Charlestown

Larry H. Cook, 54, of Portsmouth, was charged last Tuesday with domestic simple assault and/or battery.

Debra A. Harvey Means, 55, of 61 Lauri Drive, Charlestown, was charged last Tuesday with shoplifting.

Benjamin Sekator, 19, of Narragansett, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Rhode Island State Police

Davide-Jared Baton, 21, of 1151 Main St., Wyoming, was charged Thursday with procurement of alcohol for a minor and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after troopers were called to a report of a “highly intoxicated juvenile on Thelma Drive in Hope Valley.” Baton was transported to the Hope Valley barracks, processed and held overnight pending his arraignment on Friday.

William Dube, 62, of 116 Switch Road, Richmond, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, blood alcohol content over .15 (readings, .162, .169). Dube was transported to the Hope Valley barracks, processed and held overnight pending his arraignment.

Hopkinton

Matthew J. Poulin, 19, of 32 Maxson St., Ashaway, was charged Wednesday with resisting legal or illegal arrest, obstructing an officer in execution of duty and disorderly conduct.

Garry S. Drake, 30, of 260A Alton Bradford Road, Westerly, was charged Thursday on a bench warrant from 4th Division District Court.

A 14-year-old Hopkinton girl was charged Friday with trying to steal “loose gravel” signs.

Richmond

Ryan S. Williams, 30, of South Kingstown, was charged last Tuesday on a warrant issued from the 4th Division District Court. He was processed at the Richmond police station, where he was unable to post the surety pay. He was transported to the Adult Correctional Institutions.

Brian Eich, 38, of South Kingstown, was charged last Wednesday with reckless driving and eluding police in a high-speed pursuit after police say he drove his 1995 Honda as fast as 105 mph. Eich was processed at the station and released with a summons to appear for arraignment in 4th Division District Court.

Jacob Guilbert, 21, of 28 Yankee Drive, Westerly, was charged Thursday on a warrant issued from the 4th Division District Court on a charge of failure to appear. He was processed at the station and subsequently transported to the courthouse.

Ronald B. Erier, 41, of 220 Skunk Hill Road, Hope Valley, was charged Friday with disorderly conduct. Police in Hopkinton and Richmond allege Erier and Curt E. Palmer, 45, of 76 Canonchet Road, Hope Valley, charged with the same offense, followed the complainant’s vehicle, allegedly pulled into the driveway and “threatened and taunted the complainant’s friend.” The men were processed at the station and later released with a summons to appear in 4th Division District Court on Sept. 26 for arraignment.



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