Frederick J. Slade, 60, of 64 Burnside Ave., Apt. 91, Narragansett, was charged with disorderly conduct at about noon recently, after he allegedly masturbated in front of a woman in the parking lot at Narragansett Town Beach.
A woman called police to report that a strange man driving a green SUV had circled the nearly empty south parking lot at the beach several times before parking directly next to her car while she sat on a nearby curb. When she returned to her car, she reportedly saw Slade exposing his genitals and touching himself.
She drove away to another part of the parking lot and called police, then watched Slade drive around the parking lot again, stopping directly next to another lone woman in a car. The second woman told police she only saw him sitting in his car.
Mark C. Stewart, 40, of 403 Firetown Road, Simdbury, CT, was charged with driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a chemical test after he allegedly drove his minivan into a utility pole on Boston Neck Road at about 7 p.m. on Sept. 28
Officers arrived to find a utility pole “severely leaning to the East” and the power lines running from the pole to the town beach pavilion were hanging low across Boston Neck Road, according to police reports. The base of the pole was broken and a white Dodge Caravan “with heavy front end damage” was resting at the base of the pole. A man later identified as Stewart was reportedly standing in the middle of the road with his hands covering his face “swaying while standing still,” reports indicate.
Officers closed both sides of Boston Neck Road and moved Stewart to the beach parking lot, where he consented to a field sobriety test. Stewart allegedly failed all three tests — the horizontal gaze, the walk-and-turn and the one-legged stand — and was arrested for DUI.
Brendan M. Trudeau, 24, of 155 Glenwood Drive, North Kingstown, was charged with disorderly conduct/littering after patrolling officers allegedly saw him throw a bottle of Jack Daniel’s whiskey into the grass along Sakonnet Boulevard at about 1:30 a.m. on Sept. 28.
Conor R. McLaughlin, 20, of 36 Hope Lane, Narragansett, was charged with disorderly conduct/littering after he allegedly threw a can of Keystone Light into bushes along Charlestown Boulevard at about 12:30 a.m. on Sept. 28.
Patrick L. Durkin, 44 of 61 Pomfret Road, Apt. B, Narragansett, was arrested as a fugitive from justice on Sept. 29. He had a warrant out for his arrest from Manatee County Sheriff’s Department in Florida for violation of probation.
Jeannie Hazard, 30, of 306 Washington St., Apt. 3, West Warwick, was arrested as a fugitive from justice Sept. 28 during an unrelated well-being check at a home on Boston Neck Road. There was a warrant for Hazard’s arrest for charges of forgery and theft in Manchester, NH.
Tyler A. Diedrich, 19, of 36 Sarasota Ave., Narragansett, was arrested on a 4th District Court bench warrant while officers were breaking up a loud party at the home.
Miranda R. Pesci, 19, of 13 Clara Lane, Narragansett, was charged with obstructing an officer after allegedly trying to close the front door on an officer during a party at 30 White Swan Drive just before midnight on Sept. 26.