Warwick Police Sgt. John Curley was patrolling on Airport Road April 28 at 3:04 a.m. when he spotted a black 2013 Hyundai Sonata traveling east riding between the left and right lanes for a quarter mile before stopping and arresting the driver on a DUI charge.
Officer John Curley was patrolling on Rte. 73 east in the right lane July 16 at 12:47 a.m. when he spotted a gray 2010 Infinity G37 cross into the breakdown lane several times before pulling the driver over on Post Road south, ultimately arresting him on a DUI charge.
Officers Sokphannareth Chea and John Zaborski were called to the area of Post and Airport Roads July 11 at 9:44 p.m. after a motorist reported following a blue Ford F150 stopping, swerving in the road, arresting the erratic driver on a DUI charge.
Warwick Police were called to the area of 665 Warwick Ave. March 11 at 4:10 p.m. by a driver following a black 2004 Lincoln LS that had struck a curb and almost struck another car before stopping in the middle of Warwick Avenue, arresting the sedan’s driver on a DUI charge.
RI State Police made two arrests in and involving Warwick this week; one after a traffic stop turned up a Providence man wanted for violating a protective order, and the other after troopers responded to a report of an erratic driver in Hopkinton, discovering him in possession of heroin.
A call for an erratic driver ended in police arresting the man, but not before he backed into a Warwick cruiser and caused minor injury to an officer, then led police on a chase through Cranston into Providence, then back to Warwick.
Officer Scott Chanthaphouvong was called to the area of 153 Bald Hill Road Sept. 9 at 10:15 p.m. for a report of a red 2004 Toyota Camry driving all over the road, ultimately arresting the passenger for heroin possession.
An aggressive driver on Post Road drew the attention of callers and a responding Warwick Police Officer Aug. 25, who arrested her and detained her passenger for detox treatment at Kent County Hospital after the latter attempted to fight arresting officers.