The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by Warwick Police.
DUI AND REFUSAL
Officer Jamey Petit reported he was on patrol around 1:15 a.m. when he saw Sgt. John Choquette pull a pickup over near Route 37 on Post Road. He said he stood by while Choquette checked the driver’s papers and could smell alcohol emanating from the driver’s vehicle. He said Choquette informed him he was pulled over for running a red light at Elmwood Avenue and Post Road and had Petit perform the filed sobriety test. He said he stopped the test when the driver declared that he couldn’t do the one-leg stand. Petit said Kevin Robert Limoges, 49, of 146 Norwood Ave. in Warwick refused to take a breath test at headquarters. He was charged with DUI, refusal and driving on a suspended license. He was also charged with running the red light and having no insurance.
Officer Nicholas Reay reported a traffic stop on Post Road around 11 p.m. on Jan 24. He said he was doing a DUI detail at the time and Officer Matthew Moretti had pulled the driver over for running a red light. Reay said Moretti asked him to take over the DUI investigation after the woman admitted she had four or five glasses of wine earlier. Reay said the driver failed a field sobriety test and refused a preliminary breath test. She was taken to headquarters where she refused to take an Intoxilyzer test. Jayne E. McQuaid, 22, of 13 Bayview Ave. in Berkley, Mass., was charged with DUI, refusal and running a red light. She was later released on $1,000 personal recognizance.
Officer Julio Benros reported he went to a Lake Shore Drive address on Jan. 27 to take a report of a bay window that had been hit with a BB or pellet sometime over night. The homeowner told Benros she had no idea who or why someone would break her window. No witnesses were found.
Officer Joseph DeDonato reported going to the A Wish Come True office for a report of two downspouts gone missing from the outside of the building over the weekend. The general manager of the business told DeDonato that it must have happened between the time they closed on Friday night and opened Monday morning. The aluminum downspouts were about eight feet long. No suspects or witnesses.
Officer Julio Benros reported he went to Old Homestead Road on Jan. 24 for a report of a larceny from a motor vehicle there. A man told him someone had rummaged through his wife’s vehicle and took some change and a set of keys. No witnesses or suspects, although it is suspected that the same person entered a vehicle about a block down the street and took a $250 Garmin GPS unit from her 2010 Dodge. Shortly before those thefts, a Church Avenue resident told Benros someone went through his wife’s vehicle and made off with her keys and an unknown amount of change.
Officer Paul White reported the theft of two rear deck speakers from a 2011 Dodge Avenger on Verndale Street sometime overnight on Jan. 24. The man showed White where his trunk was opened and the speakers cut from the mountings on the rear deck of the car. He told White the speakers were worth about $100. No suspects or witnesses.