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Police logs: Sept. 19, 2013


Christina R. Paliotti, 22, of 7 Dawn Lane, Richmond, was charged on Sept. 11 with simple assault, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Police said a female store employee confronted Paliotti about allegedly shoplifting a sweatshirt, at which point she reportedly attacked the employee. Police said the sweatshirt was returned. Paliotti was transported to the station where she was processed and later released on a summons to appear on Oct. 10 for arraignment in 4th Division District Court.

Frederick H. Johnson, 65, of 23 Wendy Lane, Richmond, was charged Saturday with domestic disorderly conduct after police said they were dispatched to that address for a 911 hang-up call. Johnson was processed at the station and later arraigned before Justice of the Peace Joseph Scott and released on a promise to appear in 4th Division Court at a later date. He was also issued a no-contact order.

Daniel Lister, 44, of 79 Small Pox Trail, Richmond, was charged Sept. 9 with disorderly conduct after an employee of Meadowbrook Golf Course called to report “a highly intoxicated male subject” had left their business and was walking westbound on Route 138 impeding traffic. Police said they stopped to check on Lister, and he became “belligerent, profane and confrontational.” He was processed at the police station and released with a summons to appear in 4th Division Court for arraignment on Sept. 26.


Tonya Singletary, 48, of 122 Cross St., Apt. B201, Westerly, was charged Tuesday with simple assault or battery.

Sydney Scelfo, 22, of Uncasville, was charged Tuesday with destruction of public property over $100.

Arrests are not convictions. The disposition of local arrests may be found on the Rhode Island Judiciary website at and the Connecticut website at

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