Thursday, Oct. 24
10:35 a.m. – Police Mason James Everett, 34, of Kingston Road in South Kingstown, for vandalism and disorderly conduct, third offense, after he allegedly smashed his girlfriend's windshield with his fists after an argument. His girlfriend said Everett did not harm her. She did not want to press charges and refused to fill out a witness statement. The man who reported the incident did supply a statement. Everett was charged with third offense because of previous convictions for domestic-related arrests.
2:21 p.m. – Police arrested Victoria Sior, 21, of South County Trail in Exeter, and Holly Dzurenka, 46, of Willimantic, Conn., for shoplifting after the pair was stopped outside Walmart allegedly carrying stolen goods. Dzurenka were observed putting several items in a black purse and Sior was seen putting things into Walmart shopping bags. Among the items recovered were the black purse, vitamins, diet drinks, jeans, antifreeze, makeup brushes, and a stuffed toy. The total cost of all the times was $98.23.
Friday, Oct. 25
10:16 p.m. – Police arrested Justin G. Smith, 43, of Main Street, for driving while intoxicated, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and refusing to submit to a chemical blood alcohol test after he was stopped while driving south on Post Road for drifting across the double yellow line. Because Smith appeared drunk, police asked him to take a field sobriety test, which he failed. He became hostile toward police after being refused a cigarette. He pulled away from officers as they maneuvered him into a patrol car and began kicking the car door as police tried to shut it. He continued to be hostile and threatened the officers several times, on the "I'll kick your *****" variety, according to the report. His resistant behavior allegedly continued at the station to the point he was put in a cell without being processed. In the cell he punched and kicked the walls and screamed obscenities, then complained of chest pain, so he was taken to Kent Hospital, where his aggressive behavior continued. He was released with court summoned and turned over to hospital personnel.
7 p.m. – A West Warwick man, 31, told police his cell phone was stolen from his car while he was inside the Rite Aid on Post Road for 15 minutes. The phone was on the front passenger seat and the car had been left unlocked.
7:20 p.m. – The owner of Taste of China told police he'd given his bank account information to a person on the phone who said the restaurant's phone was going to be turned off if he did not pay $70 after receiving several calls. Although he was skeptical, the owner gave over the information because he didn't want to lose business on a Friday night. Shortly after the call, two payments of $198.90 were deducted from his account out of a Greyhound station in Texas. He immediately called his bank and cancelled the card.
Saturday, Oct. 26
1:04 p.m. – Police arrested Brian Alexander Authelet, 23, of New Road in Exeter, for shoplifting and a bench warrant after he was caught allegedly taking miscellaneous drill bits out of his cart and putting them in pockets in his clothes at Home Depot. He then walked out of the store without paying, according to the report. The total dollar value of the items – a total of 14 bits – was $184.18. Routine checks turned up the warrant and also that he was free on personal recognizance bail.
2:32 p.m. – Police arrested Michael J. Giambazi, 46, of Rosner Avenue in North Providence for driving with a suspended license, certain violations (previous DUI), after he was pulled over on Post Road because his boat trailer did not have a license plate.
Sunday, Oct. 27
1:35 p.m. – Police were called to a youth football game at McGinn Park after a parent began yelling obscenities at the referees and other parents because a coach and player had been ejected (also for using obscenities). He refused to leave until he got his $3 admission fee back. Police told him he was no longer welcome at the stadium, he got his refund and left.