Editor’s note: The following Warwick, RI area arrests recorded in the RI Trooper Log were reported by the RI State Police on their website. An arrest reflects charges against an individual, and does not indicate guilt or innocence.
WARWICK, RI — Arrests in the RI Trooper Log this week in and involving Warwick included arrests for missing court hearings on drug possession and family court matters, as well as an arrest for transporting prohibited items into the prison system.
Traffic stop nabs man for missing court on drug charge At 9:46 a.m. Oct. 9 troopers arrested Francis Meseck, 27, of 18 Belview Ave., Warwick, RI for a Superior Court Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear for Cost Review on the charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance Schedule I-V originating out of the East Providence Police Department.
The arrest was the result of a motor vehicle stop on Rte. 6 in Providence. The subject was transported to the Lincoln Woods Barracks where he was processed and later turned over to the Adult Correctional Institution Men’s Intake Center.
Stop on Rte. 95 ends in arrest on family court warrants At 3:50 p.m. Oct. 11, troopers arrested Renso Pascual, 40, of 43 Sumner Ave., Central Falls, RI, for two Family Court Reciprocal Body Attachment Warrants.
The arrest was the result of a motor vehicle stop on Route 95 South in the City of Warwick. The subject was transported to the Wickford Barracks for processing and later turned over to the Adult Correctional Institution Men’s Intake Center.
Woman charged with transporting prohibited items into prison system On Oct. 11, members of the Major Crimes Unit charged Robin Perry, 46, with a last known address of 307 Greenwich Ave., Apartment #E323, Warwick, Rhode Island, with Conveyance of Unauthorized Articles to and from the Institution. According to RI law, the offense includes the transport of intoxicants, contraband, or instruments of escape into the prison system. State Police did not specify the instruments or the institution in their report.
Perry was arraigned by a Justice of the Peace at State Police Headquarters; no plea was entered, and she was released on personal recognizance bail.
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