PROVIDENCE – A federal grand jury returned a three-count indictment Wednesday charging a 28-year-old registered sex offender with allegedly enticing a 12-year-old Rhode Island girl to engage in sex, then […]
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Milton Ordenana, 49, of Warwick, pleaded guilty in federal court in Providence Tuesday to violating the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA). Ordenana failed to register […]
As the RIACLU’s bid for a restraining order suspending the state’s new prohibition of Level III sex offenders housed within 1,000 feet of schools is heard in US District Court this afternoon, one Warwick sponsor of the restriction stands behind the restriction.
RIACLU Executive Director Steven Brown says the state’s new 300/1,000 foot law requiring Level III sex offenders to move if they live within 1,000 feet of a school contributed to Byron Deweldon’s unregistered cross-country travels, but Warwick Police Chief Stephen McCartney attributes it to poor judgment.
US Marshals arrested a Warwick Level III sex offender Friday who had been traveling without registering to California, Florida, Maryland, Connecticut, Maine and Pennsylvania since Sept. 19, when he was notified state law required him to move out of his Namquid Drive home, a short walk from John Brown Francis Elementary School.
Warwick Police cooperating with West Warwick Police, Cranston Police and US Marshals arrested a sex offender Wednesday who was working at the recent Oakland Beach carnival in Warwick, violating of the Child Safe Zone law passed in 2014.
Editor’s note: The following Warwick, RI arrests were reported by theRI State Police on their website. An arrest reflects charges against an individual, and does not indicate guilt or innocence. Family […]
A registered sex offender living in Warwick was arrested July 16 on charges of indecent solicitation of a minor and electronically sending indecent material to minors after RI State Police followed leads from a federal human trafficking investigation in New Jersey in April.