Top

Geminids A Spectacular Show for Stalwart Stargazers: Where to Watch Geminids A Spectacular Show for Stalwart Stargazers: Where to Watch
Geminids A Spectacular Show for Stalwart Stargazers: Where to Watch
Teachers Picket Committee, Demand Contractual Back Pay; Board Seeks $85 Million in School Improvements Teachers Picket Committee, Demand Contractual Back Pay; Board Seeks $85 Million in School Improvements
Teachers Picket Committee, Demand Contractual Back Pay; Board Seeks $85 Million in School Improvements
WPD Asks Help Identifying Best Buy Shoplifting Suspects WPD Asks Help Identifying Best Buy Shoplifting Suspects
WPD Asks Help Identifying Best Buy Shoplifting Suspects
Teacher Back Pay Delayed, WTU Plans Pickets of School Committee, Admin Teacher Back Pay Delayed, WTU Plans Pickets of School Committee, Admin
Teacher Back Pay Delayed, WTU Plans Pickets of School Committee, Admin
WalletHub Ranks Warwick Third in ‘Safest Cities” List WalletHub Ranks Warwick Third in ‘Safest Cities” List
WalletHub Ranks Warwick Third in 'Safest Cities" List
  • WPD Arrests Two Women for Shoplifting at Kohl’s

    The Warwick Police Department is located at 99 Veterans Memorial Drive. A Motorcyclist was Killed Saturday after crashing with a car on Airport Road.

    The Warwick Police Department is located at 99 Veterans Memorial Drive. An officer arrested a man on a DUI charge on Rte. 95 Sept. 2.

    WARWICK, RI ā€” Warwick Police arrested two women Nov. 9 at 1:28 p.m., charging them with shoplifting from Kohl’s department store, 650 Bald Hill Road.

    Officer Brian Murray spoke with the Kohl’s loss prevention officer in the office. Murray said he saw two women enter the store and proceeded to the beauty department, then hide beauty items in their purses.

    The women, later identified as Aracelis Pacheco, 20, of 38 Frederick St., Apt. 1, Providence, and Crystal Adeeko, 20, of 74 Harding Ave., Johnston, also took items from the home department and put them in their purses, the loss prevention officer said, Murray reported.

    The women left the store without paying for any of the merchandise, he said, according to the officer’s report. The loss prevention officer followed them out, then intercepted them and asked them to come back. The women refused, but Warwick Police officers arrived, apprehended them, and brought them back inside the store, according to Murray’s report.

    NOW, CHECK OUT THIS:
    Warwick Officer Stops Stolen Honda, Arrests Driver Nov. 13

    The total value of the merchandise recovered was $142.26 from Pacheco, and $103.77 form Adeeko, according to the report.

    Murray arrested the women and transported them to Warwick Police Headquarters, 99 Veterans Memorial Drive, where he charged each of them them with shoplifting.

    , ,

    Loading...