Police Log: Underage Drinking & House Rules

Information about the following incidents was supplied by the North Kingstown Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

Credit: NKPD
Credit: NKPD

Saturday, Nov. 30

10:44 a.m. – Police arrested Jessica B. Sousa, 22, of State Street, for domestic simple assault, domestic vandalism and domestic disorderly conduct, after she allegedly attacked her ex-boyfriend, then threw his laptop computer out a second-story window, destroying it. She was arraigned at the station by a justice of the peace and released on $5,000 personal recognizance. A no-contact order was placed between her and the ex-boyfriend.

7:07 p.m. – A Cynthia Drive resident told police someone had "keyed" his car sometime overnight. Police saw scratches on both sides of the car that appeared to have been made with a key or similar type instrument. They appeared to have been intentional.

Monday, Dec. 2

11:23 a.m. – Woonsocket Police arrested Hugo Giron, 27, of High Street, Woonsocket, for NK Police, on charges of embezzlement and larceny under $1,500, following investigation into missing receipts at Signature Pool Aug. 2. Signature Pool reviewed accounts after that incident and noticed two checks went missing in May. They were both cashed at Bank of America branches and deposited into a bank account owned by Giron. Giron worked at Signature Pool. He was taken to Kent County Courthouse for arraignment.

5:55 p.m. – Police arrested Nikolas Julio Pereira, 20, of Old Baptist Road, for domestic simple assault and domestic disorderly conduct, after he allegedly beat up a family member during a family quarrel over house rules. He was arraigned in Third District Court Tuesday morning.

Tuesday, Dec. 3

12:03 a.m. – Police arrested Cheyenne R. Edwards, 47, of South Road, East Greenwich, for buying alcoholic beverages for minors after he turned himself in. He said he had bought alcohol at Kingstown Liquor Mart on Saturday, Nov. 30, for the boyfriend of a 16-year-old girl he knew who said he was of age but didn't have his ID to make the purchase. He admitted taking money in exchange for the alcohol from the 16-year-old and conceded it was "a stupid thing to do." Four teenagers, including the 16-year-old, had been caught by police in the parking lot of Fishing Cove School. They said they'd been at a party at a house on Camp Avenue. Police had been to that address earlier in the evening and two girls had been taken to the hospital because of intoxication. The 16-year-old told police she'd texted Edwards about buying them alcohol.


Jen Johnson December 10, 2013 at 05:08 PM
The PARTY on Camp Ave was two 16 year olds. MINORS awaiting The other 2 Minors to arrive with Alcohol supplied by the Man who knew exactly who he was buying for. He is a scum bag and deserves to be fined/jailed for not knowing a minor almost died!!!


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