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State Trooper Log: Arrests For Possession Of Stolen Goods, Larceny, Shoplifting

The following arrest information was supplied by the RI State Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

 

Scituate barracks 

At 12 p.m. Sept. 16, troopers arrested Kyle Morel, age 22, of 52 Erie St., on an Affidavit & Arrest Warrant originating from the Woonsocket Police for Possession of Stolen Goods. The arrest was the result of a motor vehicle stop on Bernon Street. Morel was transported to Headquarters, processed, and turned over to Woonsocket Police.

At 2:53 p.m. Sept. 16, troopers arrested Lisa K. Cope, age 47, of 490 Victory Highway Apt. 8, North Smithfield, RI for:

1) Driving After Suspension of License

2) Sixth District Court Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear for the Ability to Pay on the original charge of Shoplifting out of the Lincoln Police Department.

The arrest was the result of a motor vehicle stop on East School Street in Woonsocket. The subject was transported to State Police Headquarters, processed and later released after posting bail at the arraignment.

At 2:53 p.m. Sept. 16, Troopers arrested Bert C. Merrill, age 42, of 490 Victory Highway Apt. 8, North Smithfield, RI for a Providence County Superior Court Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear for Technical Violation on the original charge of Larceny Over $500 out of the Woonsocket Police Department.

The arrest was the result of a motor vehicle stop on East School Street. Merrill was transported to State Police Headquarters, processed and later turned over to the Adult Correctional Intake Center.

Lincoln Woods barracks

On Monday, Sept. 17, at 5 p.m. Troopers arrested Harold Alicea, 23, of 123 Arnold St., Woonsocket, RI for violation of a Domestic No Contact Order. This arrest was the result of a complaint lodged by the Capital Police and a Trooper responding to the J. Joseph Garrahy Complex. Subsequently, Troopers responded to Mr. Alicea's residence in the City of Woonsocket where he was placed under arrest. The subject was transported to the Lincoln Woods Barracks where he was processed, held overnight as a bail violator and arraigned in Sixth District Court in the morning.

Uncle Ben September 20, 2012 at 10:29 AM
Great Job State Police, your really making Woonsocket Police look like a Neighborhood Crime Watch rather than Crime Solvers. they stink in that dept. They want you to solve your case then go to them, then when they make an Arrest they ask for all the Credit. A bunch of Video game playing police while on duty.

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