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Police Log: Plainville Arrests For April 21-May 5

The following information was provided by the Plainville Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, they do not indicate conviction.

(From the Plainville Police Department's Facebook page)

Plainville Police Stats April 21 – May 5:

Incidents: 272

Motor Vehicle Stops: 63

Motor Vehicle Crashes with Injuries: 2

Motor Vehicle Crashes no Injuries: 5

Criminal Complaints: 3 

Arrests/Protective Custodies: 3

Arrests:

Aaron Doyle, 21, of Plainville was arrested May 2, at about 5:30 p.m. and charged with: Assault & Battery; Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon, two counts (Motor Vehicle & Shod Foot); and Reckless Endangerment of a Child. The charges stem from an incident at a residence on West Bacon Street where the female victim reported to police that Doyle had pushed her, slapped her and kicked over an argument about a car show in Foxboro. Doyle then allegedly drove his vehicle at the female victim, narrowly missing their four-month-old daughter. Doyle then fled the scene. He was later arrested without incident in Foxboro by Ptl. Todd Holbrook. Sgt. Scott Gallerani and Ptl. James Rockett conducted the initial investigation.

David Allard, 38, of Plainville was arrested May 2 at about 11 p.m. on a Plainville warrant charging him with: Assault & Battery; and Malicious Destruction of Property, less than $250. Ptl. Todd Holbrook made the arrest.

Karen Bartick, 41 of Plainville was arrested May 3, at about 6:15 p.m. and charged with: Assault & Battery; and Intimidation of a Witness. The charges stem from an incident at a residence on Lincoln Avenue where the female victim reported to police that Bartick had assaulted her and prevented her from calling the police after the assault had taken place. The female victim fled the house and called the police from a neighbor’s house. The investigation was conducted by Sgt. Scott Gallerani and Ptl. William Lamb.

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