The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police.
BARBER GOT CLIPPED
Officer Brian Murray was dispatched to the Motel 6 on Jefferson Boulevard on April 6 for a larceny from a motor vehicle. A man there told him he went to his girlfriend’s car in the parking lot around 10:30 a.m. and noticed that the driver’s side rear window was smashed. He said his barber tools, three pairs of eyeglasses and a bag of clothing were missing from the vehicle. Murray said there were no other cars broken into and there were no witnesses.
An 18-year-old college student from Westport, Mass., told Officer Michelle Caron she and his family arrived at Bertucci’s restaurant on Post Road around 8 p.m. on April 6 and when they returned to the car, they found the rear passenger side window smashed and a number of items missing from the car. She told Caron two silver Mac laptops worth $1,000 each, a $100 cell phone, a statistics textbook that cost $300, a phone charger, $50 in cash, her University of Maryland ID and a $100 backpack were gone. She estimated her things were worth a total of $2,605 and her father said a $400 pair of glasses that belonged to him was missing. No suspects or witnesses.
CAPTAIN’S SEAT GONE
Officer Nicholas Reay reported the theft of a chair from his property on Beach Avenue on April 6. The homeowner told Reay he came home around 4 p.m. that day and saw that the captain’s chair for his boat was missing. He said it was an M&G “Todd” cooler seat that was 38” wide and 23” tall that cost $700. He said he last saw the chair around 7:50 that morning. He also explained that it was one of a number of things that had gone missing from his property in the recent past. The report was forwarded to detectives for follow up. No suspects or witnesses.
A Dorchester, Mass. woman was arrested and charged with shoplifting at the Wal-Mart store at the Rhode Island Mall on April 9. Loss prevention personnel told Officer Jason Brodeur they followed two women through the store and saw them select a number of items from the electronics section and conceal them in their purses before attempting to leave without paying for them. They told Brodeur they recovered four external hard drives and a DVD worth a total of $382.96 from Teana Clark, 24, of 4560 Washington St. in Roslindale, Mass., and three hard drives and a DVD worth a total of $293.96 from the Dorchester woman, identified as Glendoria Quarles, 19, of 39 Standish St. Brodeur said Clark was later released on $1,000 surety bail. Quarles was held on a no bail warrant for a probation violation from the Massachusetts Department of Corrections.