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A 16-year-old was charged Sunday with driving a vehicle with intent to harass or intimidate.
Porta N. Ralls, 29, of 76 Liberty St., Apt. 2, Pawcatuck, was charged Sunday with breach of peace.
John E. Gates Jr., 25, of 4 Terry Circle, Westerly, was charged Sunday with failure to appear.
Edward K. Ross, 38, 20 Pierce St., Westerly, was charged Monday with use of a vehicle without the owner’s permission and breach of peace.
Rachma Tewari, 39, of 24 Willow Drive, Mystic, was charged Thursday with evading responsibility: physical injury or property damage.
Gary B. King, 70, of 12 Whitehall Pond, Mystic, was charged Friday with operating under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
Emily Mae Grills, 30, of 56 Spruce St., Westerly, was arrested Friday as a fugitive without a warrant.
Norman R. Riley, 48, of 21 Huntington St., Pawcatuck, was charged Saturday with a stop sign violation and operation of a motor vehicle when registration or license is refused/suspended.
Brian Bates, 18, of 800-5 Long Cove Road, Gales Ferry, was charged with evading responsibility for injury or damage and non-aggressive interfering with an officer. Bail was set at a $1,000 bond and a court day was scheduled for Oct. 3.
Kimberly E. Dawson, 23, of 378 Norman Road, Griswold, was charged with 2nd-degree failure to appear in court. She was held on $2,500 and a court date of Oct. 3 was scheduled.
Allen Coates, 24, of 4 Coachman Pike, Ledyard, was charged with 2nd-degree failure to appear in court. He was held on $500 and a court date of Oct. 3 was scheduled.
Michael D. Smigel, 20, of 492 Building 492 332A, U.S. Navy Sub-base, was charged with operation of a motor vehicle by a minor having elevated blood alcohol, failure to have lights lit and devices illuminated. He was held on $1,000 nonsurety bond and a court date was scheduled for Oct. 4.
Keron K. Keane, 18, of Route 184, Groton, was charged with first degree criminal trespass. A court date of Sept. 23 was scheduled and he was detained on $500.
Carl B. Gilbert, 35, of 6 Conrad Court, Gales Ferry, was charged with Possession of a controlled substance – narcotics and use of drug paraphernalia. He was held on $500 and a court date of Oct. 4 was scheduled.
Anthony M. Smith, 20, of 1042 Pequannock Road, Groton, was charged with 3rd-degree criminal mischief. A court date was scheduled for Oct. 4 on a promise to appear.
Alyne D. Rodrigues, 21, of 66 Pepperbox Road, Waterford, was charged with operation under the influence of drugs or alcohol, failure to maintain lane on a multi-lane highway, failure to signal properly-grant right of way, and left turn-failure to yield. She was held on $1,000 nonsurety bond and a court date of Oct. 4 was scheduled.
Arrests are not convictions. The disposition of local arrests may be found on the Rhode Island Judiciary website at www.courts.ri.gov/ and the Connecticut website at www.jud.ct.gov/crim.htm.
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