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RI Trooper Log: Sexual Assault, Fraud, Narcotics

RI Trooper Log arrests. The Rhode Island State Police are stationed in several barracks
RI Trooper Log arrests. The Rhode Island State Police are stationed in several barracks
The Rhode Island State Police are stationed in several barracks throughout RI.

Editor’s note: The following Warwick, RI area arrests recorded in the RI Trooper Log were reported by the RIState Police on their website. An arrest reflects charges against an individual, and does not indicate guilt or innocence.

WARWICK, RI — State Police reports in the RI Trooper Log in Kent County between May 3 and May 10 involved charges for sexual assault, narcotics possession, fraud and domestic assault.

Here are the available details of those arrests:

Man arrested for sexual assault on Greyhound Bus At 8:48 p.m. May 7, troopers arrested Pierre Colas, 40, 2449 Brigham St., Brooklyn, New York for Sexual Assault – Second Degree.

The arrest was the result troopers investigating an assault which took place on a Grey Hound Bus which was traveling on Rte. 95 in Warwick. Colas was transported to the Lincoln Woods Barracks where he was processed and held overnight pending morning arraignment.

Rte. 95 traffic stop ends in narcotics arrest At 11:42 a.m. May 7, Troopers arrested Jessica Ewing, 25, of 91 Arrowhead Drive, Hyannis, Massachusetts for 1) License or Permit Required for Carrying Pistol, 2) Possession of Schedule I-V (Cocaine), 3) Possession of Schedule I-V (Crack Cocaine), and 4) Disorderly Conduct.

The arrest was the result of a motor vehicle stop on Rte. 95 in West Greenwich. Ewing was transported to the Hope Valley Barracks and later transported to Kent Hospital where she was evaluated. Once released, she was transported back to the Hope Valley Barracks where she was processed, special arraigned by a Justice of the Peace and released pending a future court date.

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Man arrested on fraud warrant after Rte. 95 crash At 8 a.m. May 9, troopers arrested Ryan Buck, 27, of 1072 Pequot Trail, Pawtucket, CT for an Affidavit and Arrest Warrant out of the Hopkinton Police Department for Fraud.

The arrest was the result of an accident investigation on Rte. 95 in East Greenwich. Buck was transported to the Hope Valley Barracks, processed, and turned over to the Hopkinton Police Department.

Detectives arrest man on bank fraud charge On May 9, at 9:40 p.m., troopers arrested Lamadine Ansumana, 21, of 211 Hanover St., Providence, RI for an active Affidavit/Arrest Warrant on the original charges of 1.) Bank Fraud, 2.) Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses Over $1500, 3.) Passing of Counterfeit Cert/Bills/Notes, 4.) Computer Access, 5.) Conspiracy and 6.) Soliciting another to Commit a Crime.

The arrest was the result of an investigation by State Police Detectives, the Warwick Police Department and Troopers subsequently taking the subject into custody. The subject was later transported to State Police Headquarters where he was held overnight pending morning arraignment where he will be presented as a probation violator.

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Troopers arrest man for obtaining money under false pretenses On May 8, 2019, members of the HIDTA, ATF and Violent Fugitive Task Forces arrested Dylan Hansen, 22, of 50 Murray St., Coventry, Rhode Island, for: 1) Conspiracy; and 2) Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses. Hansen was processed at the Lincoln Barracks and arraigned in Sixth District Court, where he was held without bail.

Traffic stop collars man wanted for domestic assault At 9:27 a.m. May 9, troopers arrested Matthew Toomey, 34, of 137 Ethan St., Apt. #2, Providence, Rhode Island, on an Affidavit Arrest Warrant for Domestic Simple Assault originating from the East Providence Police Department.

The arrest was the result of a motor vehicle stop on Post Road in Warwick. Toomey was transported to the Wickford Barracks for processing and later turned over to the East Providence Police Department.