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Coventry Police Log: Domestic, Disorderly, DUI

The following is based on reports of the Coventry Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.


The reported the following arrests:

Michele Lynn Stacey, 39, of 41 Colvintown Road, Coventry, was charged with driving under the influence, driving on a suspended licencse, refusal to submit to a chemical test and laned roadwaty violation on Sept. 5.

Vincent M. Ferrara, 23, of 58 Larkin Ave., Warwick, was charged with domestic simple assault and domestic disorderly conduct on Sept. 6.

Sherry McGonicle, 55 Acres of Pne Road, Coventry, was charged with driving while under the influence, and refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Vincent Ferrara, 23, of 58 Larkin ave, Warwick, was charged wth disorderly conduct.

Jose Afif, 29, of 20 Wakefield St., West Warwick, was charged with driving on a suspended license.

Nicholas Rodrigues, 36, of 25 Argonne St., Johnston, was charged with driving on a suspended license.

Benjamin Richards, 31, of 77 Hammet Road, Coventry, was charged with driving with a suspended license.

Robert Pugsley, 59, of 978 Tiogue Ave., Apt. 17, Coventry, was charged with trespassing.

Robert Kitson, 28, of 115 Scituate Vista Drive, Cranston, was charged with motor vehicle theft, was charged with driving without consent of the owner.

John Scarsella, 27, of 11 Hope View St., Coventry, was charged with with driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Bradley David Lambert, 40, of 65 Yale Drive, Coventry was charged with domestic simple assault and domestic vandalism.

Tiffany Webster, 29, of 3 Arrow Wood Drive, Coventry, was arrested on a 3rd District Court bench warrant.

Joel Langlais, 36, of 304 Tiogue Ave., Coventry was arrested on a 3rd District Court bench warrant.

dohn joe October 02, 2012 at 02:57 PM
Im just wondering if any of these people on this list have a child and are ordered to pay child support. Because if they had problems paying their child support and most likely had their licenses suspended. That would mean they couldnt drive to work to make the money to pay the child support. So they would take the chance on driving on a suspended license to get to work to pay the child support. It seems to me that if they didnt drive on a suspended license to get to work , then they would be in jail on non-payment of their child support. Im just sayin, i think i would take the chance on driving too. I would think that the state needs to rethink how they make these laws.

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