- Gerson M. Pineda, 24, of 651 Smith St., Apt. 3, Providence, was charged with reckless driving and driving on a suspended license on Sept. 10 after a caller reported an unknown man with a motorcycle in his back yard on Knowlesway.
As officers arrived, Pineda sped away on his motorcycle, reportedly running a red light at Point Judith Road, weaving in and out of traffic, and repeatedly crossing the double yellow line to avoid heavy traffic in front of him. After he accelerated away from chasing officers and left Narragansett, a South Kingstown officer attempted to pull Pineda over at the intersection of Routes 1 and 138. Attempting to get around the officer, Pineda reportedly crashed and fled on foot, eventually being run down by police.
In addition to the original charges, Pineda was issued traffic tickets for violations on Point Judith Road.
- Peter A. Calamia, 21, of 55 Bristol Road, Narragansett, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest just after midnight on Sept. 6 after officers were called to Simon’s bar because Calamia refused to leave. Even after officers told him to leave, Calamia reportedly refused, yelling at people coming out of the bar and screaming and swearing at officers.
- Marianna I. Albanese, 19, of 56 Wagstaff Lane, West Islip, NY, was charged with littering Sept. 6 after allegedly throwing a plastic bottle containing orange liquid on the ground at Bristol and Hope lanes. She was issued a $100 fine and a court summons.
- Seth N. Gosin, 19, Kiernan Rogers, 19, David Sean Mann, 20, all of 20 Lincoln Way, Narragansett, were charged with violation of the social host law on Sept. 7 at about 10 p.m. after reports of a large party at the house they rent. Officers broke up the party of about 150 people and cited the renters.
- Steven M Moyers, 19, Regan P. Agham, 19, Bradley W. Applin, 19, Matthew J. Oneil, 19, and Connor J. Foreman, 19, all of 3 Oswego Trail, Narragansett, were charged with violating the social host law on Sept. 7 at about 10:30 p.m. after a loud party complaint and several calls complaining of cars blocking the road.
Officers broke up the party of about 250 people — who were reportedly partying inside the house and out — and issued summonses to the renters.
The above reports detail arrests made by the Narragansett Police Department. Descriptions of all events are based solely on police officer reports provided to Patch.