WARWICK, RI — Officer Walter Larson, and two other policemen were called to the Warwick Mall at 400 Bald Hill Road Oct. 8 at 5:41 p.m. to aid detail officer William Castaldi chasing a woman through the parking lot headed toward Greenwich Avenue, aiding in her arrest on a felony computer access charge near Not Your Average Joe’s.
By the time Larson arrived at the scene, mall security had the woman stopped near the eastern end of the restaurant, near the woods. Castaldi and Larson took arrested the woman, Larson said in his report.
Castaldi informed Larson that the woman, later identified as Aleisha Greenwood, 23, of 623 E. 85th St., Brooklyn, NY, had attempted to buy $1,401 in merchandise from the Victoria Secret Pink store in the mall.
An employee told the officers Greenwood had selected several items and attempted to pay with a fake New Jersey ID card and pay with a credit account opened in 1993, which according to her fake ID, would’ve made her 13 at the time.
These discrepancies caused the store employees to become suspicious, and further checking revealed the woman was also unable to confirm the account using her social security number.
The woman left the merchandise on the counter and attempted to leave, but Castaldi met her at the entrance and detained her briefly before she made a run for the parking lot.
Larson trasnported Greenwood to Warwick Police Headquarters at 99 Veterans Memorial Drive, where she was processed and charged with felony computer access.
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