An East Greenwich man swimming in his underwear in a worried 18-year-old Shenandoah Road woman’s pool was not only in the wrong house, but an immigration official informed Warwick Police he was also due to be deported.
Warwick Police arrested a Smithfield man on assault and disorderly conduct charges June 2 at 4:58 p.m. after a RIPTA bus driver called to report he’d pusher past her after she told him to get off the bus for swearing, then barred him from getting back on.
Warwick Police were calle0d to the Bank of America at 50 West Shore Road May 6 at 10:34 p.m. for a report of a man threatening to shoot the bank manager, arresting the irate customer on a charge of disorderly conduct.
On Wednesday, Cranston Police arrested two Warwick men suspected of breaking into several cars in that city, thanks to an alert neighbor who spotted them skulking around parked cars near the corner of Curtis and Cranston Streets at about 4 a.m.
State Troopers have arrested a Warwick man and Providence man on assault and disorderly conduct charges following a scuffle started after the latter spit at the former outside presidential candidate Donald Trump’s rally at Crowne Plaza Hotel on Greenwich Avenue April 25.
Officers were called to Bo’s Billiards Dec. 7 at 1:25 a.m. for a report of two unruly sisters refusing to leave the pool hall, one of whom resisted arrest, struck an officer and finally submitted after receiving a shot of pepper spray to the face.
Warwick Police arrested two men in their 20s Oct. 21 after they swore at and menaced a 44-year-old woman and her 18-year-old daughter, using racial slurs, after passing them as they shopped at Candy Zone at the Warwick Mall.
A patron at the Bottom Line bar took offense when she was cut off after drinking a pitcher of beer with a friend at 1:28 a.m. Oct. 8, threw the empty container at the bartender, then started swinging at patrons, screaming and swearing, according to patrons’ accounts, after which Warwick Police arrested her.
A man starting fights with all comers on Suburban Parkway displayed a novel twist on “suspicious package” May 18 when an arresting officer discovered $6,000 and three diamond rings in a sock tied around his genitalia.
Officers interviewing the occupants of a trashed room at La Quinta Inn at 4 a.m. April 25 arrested a woman for disorderly conduct when she returned for her things, yelled and refused to speak with them about a disturbance reported by several fellow guests.
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