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  • Domestic Dispute at Warwick Mall Leads to Warrant Arrest

    The Warwick Police Department is located at 99 Veterans Memorial Drive.

    The Warwick Police Department is located at 99 Veterans Memorial Drive.

    WARWICK, RI — A report of a domestic dispute between two parents at Macy’s at the Warwick Mall at 400 Bald Hill Road resulted in a warrant arrest on a larceny charge by Providence Police for a 21-year-old Providence man Aug. 16.

    Officer Walter Larson was one of three officers who took the call. When he arrived at the store and checked the area for the man and the woman, who had been reportedly arguing, with the man chasing the woman, he learned the two had entered the mall through the store, Larson reported.

    Larson found the woman by the Target and Nordstron Rack stores, near the east side of the mall. Sgt. Alan Valliere found the man walking with his daughter, according to Larson’s report.

    After initially identifying himself as Shakim Freeman, the man told Larson he was actually Sharkym Brown, 21, of 91 Providence St., Apt. 1st, Providence. Brown had a warrant for his arrest for larceny issued by the Providence Police.

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    Larson arrested Brown on the warrant, and transported him to Warwick Police headquarters, 99 Veterans Memorial Drive, where he was processed and transferred to the ACI.

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