Editor’s note: The following RI 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 — RI Trooper Log arrests April 20– 24 involving Warwick included charges for missing court on a suspended license charge, conspiracy and illegal computer access, and a hit and run.
Here are the basics on those arrests:
Missed court, suspended license At 8:47 p.m. April 20, troopers arrested Richard Davies-Doku, 36, of 744 Gravelly Hill Road, Wakefield, Rhode Island for an 1) Fourth Division District Court Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear for Arraignment on the original charge of Driving with a Suspended License originating out of the South Kingstown Police Department and 2) Fourth Division District Court Bench Warrant for 32F Violation on the original charge of Driving with a Suspended License – Certain Violations originating out of the South Kingstown Police Department.
The arrest was the result of a motor vehicle stop on Rte. 95 South in the City of Warwick. Davies-Doku was transported to the Wickford Barracks where he was processed, specially arraigned by the Justice of the Peace and released.
Conspiracy, computer access On April 21, members of the Auto Theft Unit arrested Raymond Gardiner, 66, of 11 Clayton Road, Warwick, Rhode Island, for the following: 1) Computer Access; 2) Obtaining Money Under False Pretense; and 3) Conspiracy. Mr. Gardiner was taken into custody at the Lincoln Woods Barracks, where he was processed, special arraigned by a Justice of the Peace, and released pending a future court date.
Hit & Run, obstruction At 10:35 p.m. April 22, troopers arrested Harry Oxx, 43, of 86 Balch Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island for 1.) Duty to Stop in Accidents Resulting in Personal Injury and 2.) Obstructing an Officer in Execution of Duty. This arrest was the result of Troopers responding to a hit and run accident that occurred on Route 95 South, in the City of Warwick. Oxx was transported to the Wickford Barracks where he was processed, arraigned by a Justice of the Peace, and released with a future court date.
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