Narragansett Police Log: November 3-6
In a four-day period, police make two arrests, and a town council member finds a phone.
Unless otherwise noted, information about the following incidents was supplied by the Narragansett Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Narragansett Man Arrested for Warrant
Alan K. Longtin, 48, of 225 Sand Hill Cove Road, Narragansett, was arrested at about 8:13 a.m. on Nov. 3. Police said a Fourth Division District Court warrant was out for Longtin’s arrest for failing to appear at a court hearing related to a Narragansett police charge of driving with a suspended license.
According to police, an officer familiar with Longtin from past arrests saw him driving on Point Judith Road near Jerry’s Hardware. A check with dispatchers confirmed a warrant out for his arrest, and a traffic stop was made near Sunset Farm.
Police said Longtin was arrested without incident, processed at police headquarters and released at about 10:45 a.m.
Narragansett Man Charged With License Violation
Jason L. Puerini, 40, of 42 Inkberry Trail, Narragansett, was arrested at about 9:26 p.m. on Nov. 5 and charged with driving with a suspended license.
According to police, an officer monitoring traffic on Point Judith Road and Knowlesway heard a Toyota Camry with a loud exhaust, and also saw that the rear plate lights were defective. A traffic stop was made in the Cumberland Farms parking lot.
Police said a background check revealed that Puerini’s license was suspended on Oct. 10 for failing to provide proof of insurance. Police also noted that the vehicle’s registration was suspended as well.
According to police, Puerini was arrested without incident. He was processed and then released at about 9:45 p.m.
Good Karma Earned For This, Obviously
At about 10:37 a.m. on Nov. 5, Douglas McLaughlin turned in a black Verizon 3G iPhone to Narragansett police.
McLaughlin told police that he had found the phone while he was walking on a dirt path behind his home on Carver Lane. Police logged the phone into an evidence locker for safekeeping.
The following day, McLaughlin was elected on to the Narragansett Town Council.
Unless otherwise noted, the information for this article was compiled from Narragansett police reports, which are available for review by any member of the public at their headquarters on Caswell Street. If we’re missing a call or report you’re interested in knowing about, feel free to leave a comment or to send Local Editor Stephen Greenwell a message at Stephen.email@example.com.
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