Sunday, Oct. 20
12:09 p.m. – A Fletcher Road resident told police her father was hitting golf balls in the backyard Saturday afternoon when he heard a strange noise and found an arrow within a foot of where he was standing. Police contacted DEM and a DEM officer searched the area together with NK police. The woman's neighbor was known to hunt on his property. Officers talked to him and he denied being home at the time of the incident. He could not account for his arrows.
Monday, Oct. 21
3:41 a.m. – Police arrested Jeffrey Allen Logsdon, 44, of Barolay Drive on charges of disorderly conduct and refusing to relinquish a telephone, after police were called to a residence he shared with his girlfriend because of a fight. According to the report, Logsdon threatened to damage the apartment then refused to let his girlfriend up the basement stairs, spitting food at her. When she tried to call police with the wall phone, he ripped it from her hand, severing the cord. He admitted to severing the phone cord and refusing his girlfriend the phone. Police took him into custody, where he was processed, then arraigned and released on $1,000 personal recognizance.
5:05 p.m. – Police arrested Thomas Roy Black, 26, of Beckwith Street in Cranston, for shoplifting after Stop & Shop managers told police he had filled reusable shopping bags with groceries then left without paying. He was stopped in the parking lot with $214.80 worth of groceries. Black told police he'd forgotten his wallet and was going to the car to get it and just brought the cart because he didn't want store employees to put his items back on the shelves. Black was taken into custody, processed and released with a District Court summons.
9:40 p.m. – Police arrested Danyelle Monique Young, 21, of Lenox Court, on charges of domestic assault and disorderly conduct after police were called to her residence because yelling and screaming could be heard coming from it. According to the police report, Young's boyfriend told police she punched him in the face and bit him in the arm, hand and nipple. To stop her, he said he held her off defensively. The two have two young children, who were present at the time of the fight. Young was taken into custody, processed, arraigned by a justice of the peace, and released on $1,000 personal recognizance. Police also issued her a no-contact order prohibiting her from contacting her boyfriend. Police also notified DCYF.