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Plainville Police Log May 6-11: Police Respond to 424 Incidents

The following is from the Plainville Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned they do not indicate convictions.

Plainville Police Stats: May 6 – May 26, 2013

Incidents: 424

Motor Vehicle Stops: 132

Motor Vehicle Crashes with Injuries: 1

Motor Vehicle Crashes with no Injuries: 10

Criminal Complaints: 4

Arrests/Protective Custodies: 14

Arrests:

A 23-year-old female resident was arrested May 6 at 12:21 p.m. on a warrant of apprehension issued by the Wrentham District Court. Ptl Todd Holbrook and Ptl William McEvoy arrested the female and transported her to the courthouse.

Lynda Morton, 47, of North Attleboro was arrested May 6 at 1:58 p.m. and charged with: Operating After License Suspension for OUI. The charge stems from a traffic stop on South Street, where Ptl Todd Holbrook conducted a stop of Morton’s vehicle, after she pulled into a random driveway when she saw the cruiser behind her.

Yolymar Nieves-Ramos, 21, of Central Falls RI was arrested May 9 at 11:48 a.m. and charged with: Operating Without a License; Uninsured Motor Vehicle; and Suspended Registration. The charges stem from a traffic stop on Messenger Street, where Ptl Todd Holbrook conducted a stop of Morton’s vehicle, and investigation revealed that her vehicle had no insurance, and her license was suspended in Rhode Island.

An 18-year-old female was placed in protective custody May 10th at 11:30 PM. A resident of Sharlene Lane called the police to report that three youths were running through her yard. Sgt Scott Gallerani, Ptl William Lamb, and Ptl Julie Barrett responded to the area and located the female in the woods near Forest Way.



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