Car Vandalized For a Fourth Time
A McConnell Court resident believes her car has been targeted by a group of youths in the neighborhood. She said she had been checking her car each morning for new damage and discovered her car had been vandalized a fourth time on the morning of Sept. 16. According to reports, she believes it was done by a group of youths with whom she and her children have had problems with in the past. There were no witnesses to the vandalism and there was no other evidence to support her theory.
An 89-year-old woman may be in danger of losing her driver’s license after multiple car accidents. Police responded to the Stop & Shop parking lot after another driver claimed that the North Kingstown woman hit her car while attempting to park. When confronted, the woman allegedly denied striking the other car. When an officer arrived, he noted that the elderly woman’s car had damage on all four corners. Reports show the woman had two similar incidents happen in the past where she allegedly struck other vehicles, left the scene and then denied the incident. According to the responding officer, he planned to contact the Department of Motor Vehicles to have the woman’s license suspended/revoked due to the fact that her “driving ability has diminished and she routinely denies colliding with vehicles or is completely unaware of it taking place.”
Woman Charged With Violating No-Contact Order
Brittany A. St. Onge, 22, of 13 State Street, Apt. J in North Kingstown was arrested Sept. 18 at 12:15 a.m. on charges of violating a no-contact order.
Police responded to St. Onge’s apartment after neighbors reportedly heard screaming coming from her residence. She allegedly told officers she was crying and upset after speaking with her ex-boyfriend over the phone. She reportedly admitted to police that she knew she was in trouble for talking to him on the phone due to a no-contact order.
Police entered St. Onge’s apartment to check on her daughter’s well being and found an empty bottle of rum on the floor. (Police noted that St. Onge appeared to be under the influence.) Inside the bedroom, police found St. Onge’s ex-boyfriend holding the couple’s daughter. She was arrested for violating the no-contact order, which protected the ex-boyfriend. She was brought to South County Hospital first for evaluation.