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Police logs: Oct. 3, 2013


Richmond

Phillip J. Guilmette, 50, of West Warwick, was charged Monday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, blood alcohol content greater than .15 (readings .234, .248). Guilmette was processed at the Richmond Police Station and released on a summons to appear in Fourth Division District Court.

A 13-year-old male was arrested Aug. 27 by Chariho School Resource Officer Anthony Zoglio, charged with disorderly conduct after police said he “threatened a school administrator with physical violence and engaged in a profane and disruptive outburst during class.” The teen was processed at the station, released to the custody of his mother and will be petitioned to the Washington County Family Court.

A 15-year-old male resident of the Corkery House for Boys at 15 Baker Pines Road was charged Aug. 28 with disorderly conduct after police report staff members said he engaged in a violent outburst, threatened to assault them and threw a chair at them. The teen was processed at the station, released to the custody of his mother and will be petitioned to the Washington County Family Court.

Westerly

Glen D. Edwards, 38, of 6 Redbarn Drive, Bradford, was charged Tuesday with shoplifting.

Joann Bailey, 50, of 2 Blue Sky Drive, Westerly, was charged Tuesday on a bench warrant issued from Family Court.

Joshua R. Ladd, 19, of 621 Alton Carolina Road, Charlestown, was charged Tuesday with possession of marijuana, 1 ounce or less.

Dennis A. Burkholder, 55, of 250 Church St., Bradford, was charged Wednesday with willful trespass at Home Depot.

Stonington

Kathryn R. Wiese, 18, of 452 Liberty St., Stonington, and a 14-year-old juvenile, were charged Wednesday with breach of peace.

Jason S. Groves, 28, of 98 West Broad St., Apt. 7, Pawcatuck, was charged Wednesday with second-degree failure to appear.

Arrests are not convictions. The disposition of local arrests may be found on the Rhode Island Judiciary website at www.courts.ri.gov/ and the Connecticut website at www.jud.ct.gov/crim.htm.



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