Pizza Thief Steals Domino's Order
Jonathan Patrick Toolin, 20, of 79 Union Drive, Apt. D110, in North Kingstown, was arrested June 4 at 12:46 p.m. on charges of larceny after allegedly failing to pay for an order from Domino’s Pizza.
On May 31, a Domino’s delivery driver told police she arrived at 79 Union Drive with a delivery order and was met by Toolin at the front door. According to the woman, the man told her, “I’ll take that” and said he needed to get money to pay for the order. According to reports, Toolin dropped the hot wings and breadsticks on the floor as he left, then ran out the back door with two other men.
Police brought the delivery driver to headquarters for a photo line-up, during which she allegedly identified Toolin as the pizza thief. According to police, Toolin stole a large pizza, an order of 14-piece hot wings, cheese-stuffed breadsticks and two bottles of soda.
State Police took Toolin into custody on June 4 and handed him over to the North Kingstown Police Department.
CT Woman Charged With Assault at Motel
Christine Marie Camfield, 51, of 28 Old Colony Road in North Stonington, CT, was arrested June 4 at 9 p.m. on charges of simple assault, refusal to relinquish a phone and disorderly conduct.
Camfield allegedly assaulted another woman at the Kingstown Motel after the woman threatened to call police. According to the victim, the two met at a homeless shelter and the woman invited Camfield to stay with her in a room she was renting at the motel. The argument began when the victim reportedly told Camfield to leave because she was unable to pay rent. According to reports, Camfield jumped the woman and tried to stop her from calling police. Camfield allegedly told police she drank 64 ounces of beer that evening prior to the assault.
Police released Camfield with a summons for Kent County Court. At 4:30 a.m. the next day, Camfield allegedly returned to the motel for her “frozen dinner items.” When police arrived, Camfield reportedly appeared to be under the influence.
Man Hit With Pot Possession, DUI Charges
James Frances Feeney, 25, of 84 Phillips St., Apt. B in North Kingstown, was arrested June 5 at 11:41 p.m. on charges of drunken driving and possession of marijuana.
Police pulled Feeney over on Post Road for speeding after allegedly clocking him at 54 mph in a 35 mph zone. An officer reportedly smelled unburnt marijuana when he approached Feeney’s window. When the officer asked Feeney about the smell, he allegedly held up a bag of marijuana. According to police, Feeney also told officers there was another bag of marijuana in the back seat of the car. The officer also noted that Feeney appeared to be under the influence.
While searching the car, police allegedly found $377 cash in Feeney’s pockets and another $1,070 in his glove compartment. Police also reportedly found other drug paraphernalia in the vehicle.
After reportedly failing his field sobriety test, Feeney was brought to the North Kingstown Police Department, where he allegedly refused to take a Breathalyzer test.
He is scheduled to appear in Third District Court on June 19.
Ashley Marie Laflamme, 23, of 95 Inkberry Drive in Narragansett, was arrested June 5 at 6:30 p.m. on charges of driving with a revoked license.
Corey Michael Reisner, 32, of 42 Ranger Road in North Kingstown, was arrested June 5 at 4:31 p.m. following a bench warrant for his arrest.