Man Collides Witih Fire Truck
Mark Steven Geisser, 42, of 94 Muddy Brook Drive in West Greenwich, was arrested March 26 at 1:50 p.m. on charges of failing to report an accident.
According to reports, Geisser failed to yield to a North Kingstown Fire Department fire truck that was responding to an emergency call. Geisser allegedly collided with the truck and then left the scene. According to police, Geisser called the police department three hours after the accident, claiming that he didn’t report the accident because he thought the damage was minor.
Man’s Ashes Stolen From Repossessed Truck
An Exeter man is searching for a few items that were allegedly stolen from his repossessed truck — including his father’s ashes.
The 22-year-old man’s truck was repossessed and returned to Ziggy’s Auto Sales on Quaker Lane. When the man went to retrieve some personal possession from the truck, he noticed that the following items were missing from a trash bag he kept in the truck — an iPod touch, blood pressure medication, Richmond-Carolina Fire Department jacket and keys, roller blades and his father’s remains. Police are investigating the alleged theft.
NK Man Charged With Violating No Contact Order
Keith William Mongillo, 34, of 60 Georgia Ave., was arrested March 27 at 3:52 p.m. on charges of violating a no contact order.
According to reports, Mongillo made contact with a 23-year-old woman who had an active no-contact order against him, demanding that she pay the water bill for their residence in Cranston. After the woman left the area, Mongillo allegedly proceeded to call her 14 times.
Mongillo called the woman again while she was with police, according to reports. When an officer tried to introduce himself over the phone, Mongillo reportedly hung up immediately. Police pulled Mongillo over in Wickford and arrested him on charges of violating the no contact order.
Man Charged With Stealing MacBook
Jesse John Coyle, 23, of 113 Kingswood Road, was arrested March 29 at 12:44 a.m. on felony charges of larceny.
According to reports, a 19-year-old woman reported that her Apple MacBook Pro (valued at $1,800) had been stolen from her residence. The night the laptop was stolen, the victim’s roommates were reportedly hanging out with friends. Though the group initially suspected one friend, the victim allegedly found out that Coyle had tried to sell the laptop to one of his friends. According to reports, when police arrived at Coyle’s residence, Coyle initially denied stealing the laptop and then admitted, “It’s in my room.”
Thad Edward Carman, 20, of 30 Dana Road, Apt. 1B, was arrested March 26 at 1:34 p.m. following a bench warrant for his arrest.
Alex William Neff, 23, of 71 Belmond Street in Fairfield, CT, was arrested March 27 at 9:51 p.m. following a warrant for his arrest.
Thomas Nathan Shellman, 29, of 30 Lang Drive, was arrested March 28 at 4:58 a.m. following two bench warrants for his arrest.