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WPD Arrests Six for Sherman Break-In

[CREDIT: WPS] Warwick Police are investigating three recent break-ins at Sherman School, which has been closed for mold remediation. They have made six arrests in the latest Sherman break-in.

[CREDIT: WPS] Warwick Police are investigating three recent break-ins at Sherman School, which has been closed for mold remediation. They have made six arrests in the latest Sherman break-in.
[CREDIT: WPS] Warwick Police are investigating three recent break-ins at Sherman School, which has been closed for mold remediation. They have made six arrests in the latest Sherman break-in.
WARWICK, RI — Warwick Police have arrested six young adults from Providence and Cranston in their investigation into the recent Sherman break-in.

According to Warwick Police, the break-in at the school at 120 Killey Ave. was discovered July 11. Though it is under construction after closing in February for mold remediation, new damage to the interior of the school was attributed to the break-in, police reported.

“A review of surveillance cameras captured numerous individuals inside the school during the early morning hours on the same date. The surveillance photographs were posted to the Warwick Police Department Facebook page for assistance in identifying the suspects,” Warwick Police noted in their announcement of the subsequent arrests.

The arrestees, Warwick Police report, were:

  1. Justin Melgar, 18, of Cranston, was charged with breaking & entering and vandalism.
  2. Mynor Colindres, 18, of Providence, was charged with breaking & entering and 
vandalism.
  3. Jonathan Brito, 19, of Providence, was charged with breaking & entering and vandalism.
  4. Jesus Cortes, 21, of Providence, was charged with breaking & entering and vandalism.
  5. Jennifer Jaworski, 19, of Providence, was charged with breaking & entering.
  6. Victoria Castro, 20, of Providence, was charged with breaking & entering.

The investigation was handled by Sgt. Christopher Lo and Detectives Ted Bulis, Melissa Marano and Randy Bell, in cooperation with the Warwick School Department.

Rob Borkowski
Author: Rob Borkowski

Rob has worked as reporter and editor for several publications, including The Kent County Daily Times and Coventry Courier, before working for Gatehouse in MA then moving home with Patch Media. Now he's publisher and editor of WarwickPost.com. Contact him at editor@warwickpost.com with tips, press releases, advertising inquiries, and concerns.

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