Warwick Police Officer Keara M. Enos was on duty conducting a RIPTIDE (Rhode Island Police Teaming for Impaired Driving Enforcement) around 12:20 a.m. April 7, when she assisted on the scene …
Warwick Police Officer Keara M. Enos was on duty conducting a RIPTIDE (Rhode Island Police Teaming for Impaired Driving Enforcement) around 12:20 a.m. April 7, when she assisted on the scene of a motor vehicle stop on Post Road near the intersection with Airport Road.
Police suspected the driver, identified as Sean P. Reynolds, 38, of Woonsocket, may be driving while impaired. He told police he had been at All Stars Bar & Grill nearby, but only had a “few sips” of Jameson and ginger ale.
The vehicle was allegedly “being operated in a manner which violated a number” of traffic law statutes, according to police. He consented to a series of standardized field sobriety tests. Following the tests, Reynolds also provided a breath sample.
The samples read 0.148 and 0.141 percent BAC.
Reynolds was taken into custody and charged with Driving Under the Influence (BAC 0.10-0.15 BAC; first offense), and several traffic citations, Leaving the Lane of Travel, Laned Roadway Violations, and Obedience to Traffic Control Devices.
DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE
At 11:49 a.m. March 19, Warwick Police Officer Nathaniel Gray was on patrol traveling west on East Avenue, when he spotted a vehicle with dark tint on all four windows and a clear plate cover on the rear registration plate. Gray conducted a traffic stop and identified the driver as Ronald P. Cicillini, 27, of Providence.
The driver allegedly told police that he “did not have an active license, nor did he ever possess one,” according to the arrest report. Police confirmed that this would be Cicillini’s fourth offense or more for Driving with Expired License or Without License.
Cicillini was taken into custody and also received traffic citations for Unlawful Installation of Sunscreen Material and Display of Registration Plates.
At 6:07 p.m., March 20, Warwick Police Officer Michael P. Rocchio responded to Walmart at 840 Post Road for the report of a shoplifting in progress. The store’s asset protection employees called police to report a woman “was in the Toy aisle and that she was moving toys into Walmart plastic bags.” The woman was allegedly a suspect in a separate shoplifting incident on March 18.
Police identified and searched the woman.
They found “drug paraphernalia, to include crack cocaine pipes,” according to the arrest report.
“It should be noted that throughout the duration of the incident (the suspect) was moving around and uneasy, and she was difficult to understand,” Rocchio wrote. “We asked her if she used narcotics. She replied that she did and that she used crack cocaine. We asked her if she had used narcotics on this date but she denied using it on this date.”
Police reviewed the surveillance footage, but they agreed with asset protection not to press Shoplifting charges because the suspect had not passed all points of purchase when confronted.
Store employees asked police to issue a No Trespass Order and they complied. The woman was escorted out of Walmart and left the property.
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