Patrolwoman Kayleigh T. Cooper was on a fixed post on George Waterman Road on the evening of July 17 when she observed a vehicle with a Rhode Island registration that had a Massachusetts inspection sticker affixed to it.
Cooper said she detained the vehicle and spoke to the operator, identified as Darison Francisco Rodriguez, 20, 103 Mercy St., Providence. Cooper said Rodriguez told her that he did not have a driver’s license and the car’s registration was suspended.
A further check confirmed the registration was suspended. It also confirmed that Rodriguez has no license and had been charged with driving without a license on two previous occasions. Cooper also found that Rodriguez was wanted on an active Sixth Division District Court bench warrant.
Rodriguez was arrested on a charge of driving without a license, third or subsequent offense, and transported to Johnston Police headquarters for processing. He was additionally cited for violation of inspection laws and operating with a suspended registration.
Rodriguez was arraigned before a justice of the peace and released on $1,000 personal recognizance with a summons to appear in Third Division District Court on July 29. He was also arraigned on the bench warrant and released on a $1,000 bail with surety until a court date set for July 31.
Patrolmen Thomas Hayden and Andrew J. Broccoli responded to the Cumberland Farms at 663 Killingly St. on the morning of July 18 for a report of violation of a no-trespass order.
Police said the reporting party identified Dustin Noel Brown, 35, 376 Woonasquatucket Ave., North Providence, as being on the premises. Broccoli said upon arrival, he found Brown sitting at a chair inside a gated area just outside the business. Broccoli informed Brown of the order, but Brown told Broccoli he didn’t believe there was an active one against him.
Broccoli said he told Brown that he was the responding officer the day he trespassed and that Brown was given a verbal notification that Cumberland Farms was issuing a no-trespass order.
Brown was charged with a misdemeanor count of willful trespassing.
Patrolmen Kevin Lyons and Michael Martufi responded to a call of a verbal argument between roommates on George Waterman Road the morning of July 15.
Lyons spoke with Wanda German, 42, 262 George Waterman Road, Johnston, upon arrival. Lyons said German told him she was arguing with her roommate about sleeping on his couch. German told Lyons that the man did not want her sleeping on his couch, so German got off the couch and there were no further issues.
Lyons spoke with the man, who said that he arrived home that morning to find German sleeping on his couch. He said he had told her he did not want her sleeping on his couch.
Warrant checks showed that German was wanted on an active bench warrant issued from the Third Division District Court. German was taken into custody on the warrant and transported to Johnston Police headquarters for processing. He was then transported to District Court.
Ross E. Amos, 27, 786 Atwells Ave., Providence, was arrested on the afternoon of July 18 on a count of misdemeanor disorderly conduct. Amos was released on $5,000 personal recognizance until a Third Division District Court date of July 29.