On April 16 a Warwick resident Road came into police headquarters to report $2,000 worth of rims with tires stolen from his Jeep Cherokee.
The reporting party told Officer Brian Holleran that he had parked the car at 1090 Toll Gate Rd. sometime between 6:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on April 11, then when he returned all four rims with tires had been taken. He said that marks in the ground showed that a jack had been used to lift the vehicle up. He said he had filed a claim with his insurance company. The report was forwarded to detectives.
On April 17 at approximately 11:57 p.m. multiple Officers responded to the Buy Sell Fix store on East Avenue for a robbery in progress. Dispatch said that a subject had taken money from the register and fled the store.
The store employee said that he was in the back of the store when he heard the door open in front. When he went out, a male wearing black sunglasses and a black jacket had grabbed money from a drawer underneath the cash register and fled.
The employee said that $995 of cash was taken. Security footage showed that it was a tall male wearing a hoodie, black jacket, and what appeared to be ski goggles. The case was forwarded to detectives.
On April 14 at approximately 2:55 p.m. Office Christian Vargas responded to the report of a shoplifting that had occurred earlier in the day at the Victoria’s Secret at Warwick Mall.
An employee said that around 1:45 p.m. she saw a table in the front of the store was empty. She checked the camera footage and saw that around 1:10 p.m. a female and male first walked around the store, then put about 30 to 40 pairs of underwear and 12 bras into a Macy’s bag and left the story without paying.
The total value of merchandise taken was approximately $1,300. The Officer checked the camera footage and saw the male’s face in the camera, but could not see the face of the female. The mall was checked by security, but the suspects could not be found inside or out. The report was forwarded to detectives.
On April 14 at approximately 5:24 p.m. Officer Thomas Duncan responded to the report of a shoplifter in custody at the Macy’s at Warwick Mall that had just occurred.
The loss prevention manager said that a female, later identified as Eva Davila, 51, of 47 Malvern Ave. in Cranston, had taken a total of ten items from the children’s department of the store. She concealed the items in an Under Armour bag and left the store around 4:50 p.m. without paying. Outside of the store, loss prevention apprehended Davila and she came back in without incident. The total value of the items was $301.50.
Davila had already been trespassed from the store in 2015 but had no prior shoplifting charges. She was transported to police headquarters, where she was released on a summons for once count of Shoplifting - Misdemeanor and one count of Willful Trespass with a May 15 court date.
On April 18 at approximately 1:02 p.m. Officer Randy Bell responded to a shoplifting that occurred earlier that day at the Victoria’s Secret Pink store at Warwick Mall.
The store manager said that a male, appearing to be in his late 40s, and female, with brown hair, had taken 22 pairs of yoga pants with a total value of $980.90, concealed them in a Macy’s bag, and left the store. The Officer watched camera footage, which showed what she said to be true. The report was forwarded to detectives.
On April 19 at approximately 3:00 a.m. Officer Gregory Accinno responded to the Lakewood area CVS pharmacy for a shoplifting that had just occurred. Dispatch said that two males had fled the scene with merchandise.
The shift supervisor at CVS said that one of the males was heavy seat and wearing pajamas while the other was bald. She said the bald male distracted the employees while the other one grabbed a large assortment of items and both fled the store, while the alarm went off, and disappeared, although no vehicle could be found.
The items included a variety of grooming tools and medicine for a total value of $269.09. A copy of video footage was given to the officer.