NK Police Log: Siblings Fight Over Cheez-Its & Ice Cream
The following information was supplied by the North Kingstown Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Siblings Battle Over Cheez-Its & Ice Cream
Laura Rose Hall, 19, of 300 Pendar Rd. in North Kingstown was arrested Sept. 24 at 1:40 p.m. on charges of domestic assault and domestic disorderly conduct.
According to reports, Hall assaulted her brother over “Cheez-Its and ice cream.” When Hall’s brother told her not to eat his ice cream, she allegedly kicked the freezer and started yelling at him, then threw a box of Chlorox wipes at him. According to her brother, Hall let his dog off the leash and also allegedly tried to kick her brother. She allegedly ripped her brother’s boxer shorts during the scuffle.
NK Woman Charged With Using Fake Check
Kathleen A. Kilcline, 50, of 46 School St. in North Kingstown was arrested Sept. 24 at 5:49 p.m. on charges of writing a fraudulent check.
According to police, Kilcline deposited a $970 money order that was found to be altered/fictitious in May. Kilcline allegedly failed to appear for her August court date. She was picked up by Jamestown police on an active bench warrant for her arrest.
West Warwick Man Busted For Smoking Pot on Lunch Break
Craig Tanner, 37, of 20 Agnus St., Apt. 1 in West Warwick was arrested Sept. 25 at 12:50 p.m. on charges of driving in possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana.
Tanner was found in his car, along with three friends, at the Stop & Shop plaza on Frenchtown Road. According to his arresting officer, the area around Tanner’s car smelled of burnt marijuana. When the officer attempted to pull up next to his car, Tanner left the plaza and headed Weston Frenchtown and then turned into Precision Park – where the officer pulled them over.
During the stop, the officer noted that he smelled marijuana and Axe deodorant, which he believed was used to mask the smell of the marijuana. The officer also allegedly saw a glass smoking pipe in his glove box. According to reports, Tanner told the officer, “I was on my lunch break and now I’m going back to work. I wasn’t smoking any marijuana.” When the officer told him he saw the pipe, Tanner allegedly admitted to smoking with his two passengers.
Police were unable to find anything else in Tanner’s car following a search. According to reports, one of his passengers had a valid medical marijuana card and a jar of marijuana found in the car belonged to him.
Jonathan Alfred Gardiner, 27, of 81 North Rd. in South Kingstown was arrested Sept. 25 at 2:42 a.m. following a bench warrant for his arrest.