WARWICK, RI — The Kent County Grand Jury has indicted three Warwick residents in the early morning Sept. 11 burglary in the Governor Francis section of Warwick.
During that morning, two homes were burglarized and entry was gained into the exterior shed of a third location. The suspects arrested, all residents of Warwick, were:
- Timothy Carroll, 19, charged with one one count of burglary.
- Joshua Pichette, 18, charged with two counts of receiving stolen goods under $1,500.
- Jarred Demelo, 21, charged with one count of receiving stolen goods under $1,500.
- One unidentified 15-year-old boy, charged with two counts of burglary and one count of larceny under $1,500.
Pichette has since been scheduled for a pre-trial conference in Third District Court on Jan. 10, 2018.
On Nov. 27, the Grand Jury reported out an indictment charging Timothy Carroll, 19, of 77 Scranton Avenue, Warwick, RI, with two counts of burglary, two counts of conspiracy to commit burglary, two counts of tampering with a motor vehicle, one count of entering a building with felonious intent, one count of conspiracy to enter a building with felonious intent, and one count of larceny under $1,500.
The Grand Jury also returned secret indictments charging Jarred Demelo, 22, of 26 Filmore St. Warwick, RI with one count of entering a building with felonious intent and one count of conspiracy to enter a building with felonious intent; and charging Dawn Carroll, 40, of 77 Scranton Avenue, Warwick, RI with one count of obstruction of a police officer, one count of receiving stolen goods under $1,500, and one count of misprision of a felony.
Police allege that on or about September 11, Timothy Carroll, along with an unindicted juvenile co-conspirator, burglarized two homes in Warwick and tampered with two motor vehicles located therein.
On or about the same day, police allege, Timothy Carroll and Jarred Demelo conspired to and broke into and entered a building with the intent to commit larceny and stole bicycles valued at less than $1,500.
Police also allege that Dawn Carroll obstructed police conducting the investigation into the burglaries and further was in possession of a stolen Samsung television valued at less than $1,500.
After the indictments were reported out, arrest warrants were issued for Jarred Demelo and Dawn Carroll.
Demelo was arrested Nov. 28 and arraigned in Kent County Superior Court. Dawn Carroll was arrested and arraigned on Nov. 29. Timothy Carroll, who is currently being held without bail, is scheduled to be arraigned in Kent County Superior Court on Dec. 8.
Warwick Police conducted the investigation.