Richmond police made several arrests including felony possession of a controlled substance while conducting the grant-funded seat belt enforcement detail Get With It & Click It:
Bejamin Figarsky, 23, of Narragansett, was charged Sunday with felony possession of Oxycodone and operating with a suspended license after a motor vehicle stop on Kingstown Road. He was transported to the Richmond Police Station for processing and arraigned before Justice of the Peace James Callahan. He was released on $5,000 personal recognizance for a future court date in 4th Division District Court.
Justin M. Varas, 27, of 8 Miner St., Westerly, was charged Monday after police said they learned his license had been suspended on Oct. 11 for failure to complete community service. Varas was taken to the station where he was processed and released with a summons to appear in 4th Division District Court on Dec. 19.
Ronald Maynard, 41, of Exeter, was charged Sunday on an outstanding bench warrant — reciprocal body attachment for failure to appear for non-support. Maynard was taken to the station before being transported to the intake center at the Adult Correctional Institutions in Cranston.
Jennifer M. Seaton, 41, of Exeter, was charged Sunday on a 3rd Division District Court bench warrant for failure to appear on an operating with a suspended license charge. Seaton was taken to the station where she was processed before being taken into custody by Rhode Island sheriffs.
Timothy Heffernan, 24, of Exeter, was charged Friday on an outstanding warrant from 3rd Division District Court for failure to appear/ability to pay. Heffernan was taken to the station where he was processed before being transported to 4th Division District Court for arraignment.
Arrests are not convictions. The disposition of local arrests may be found on the Rhode Island Judiciary website at courts.ri.gov/ and the Connecticut website at jud.ct.gov/crim.htm.