Cumberland police issue weekly report
Cumberland police issue weekly report
Here's the newest report on Cumberland police activity issued by the Cumberland Police Department on June 9.
11:12 a.m.: Officers responded to an Angell Road address for a domestic disturbance. After an investigation into the incident, Maryelizabeth Haggerty, 49, of Angell Road, was arrested and charged with domestic simple assault and domestic disorderly conduct. She was transported to District Court for arraignment and released with a future court date.
5:30 p.m.: Officers conducted a motor vehicle stop on Mendon Road for a vehicle without a valid inspection sticker. A records check of the occupants revealed outstanding District Court bench warrants for passenger Sheila Swahn, 49, of Woonsocket, and passenger Michael Sevigny, 49, of Louisiana. Both were taken into custody and transported to headquarters. Swahn was arraigned and released after posting bail. Sevigny was transported to the ACI. The operator, Cheryl Plante, 47, also of Louisiana, was charged with operating on an expired license and operating a motor vehicle without a valid inspection sticker and released on scene. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
12:30 a.m.: Officers responded to 45 Martin St., Okonite Manufacturing, for a larceny complaint. An employee pointed out several suspicious individuals on the side of the building near the railroad tracks. Officers responded to that location and located Jamon Brown, 18, of Pawtucket, Dreaquan Foster, 19, of Providence, Daniel Pyne, 50, of Pawtucket in the area with various pieces of coated copper wire. Wire cutters and wire snips were also located in the area. All three individuals were taken into custody and charged with receiving stolen goods/felony. Foster also had an outstanding District Court bench warrant. Individuals were transported to District Court for arraignment.
5:46 a.m.: Police responded to a Tower Hill Road address for a domestic assault in progress. Suspect had fled the scene just prior to officers’ arrival. After an investigation, Karl Engels, 31, of 2970 Mendon Road, was taken into custody at his address and charged with domestic breaking and entering, domestic simple assault and domestic disorderly conduct. He was transported to District Court where he was arraigned and released.
Later in the evening, the victim reported that Engels had violated the No Contact Order that was issued at his arraignment. Engels was then arrested again at 11:35 p.m. for violation of a No Contact Order. He was arraigned by a Justice of the Peace on May 31 and transported to the ACI as a bail violator.
3:25 p.m.: Officers responded to the Davis Street area for an assault complaint. After an investigation into the incident, a records check of David Dumas, 22, of Pleasant Street, Cumberland, revealed an outstanding District Court bench warrant. He was arrested and transported to headquarters where he was later released after posting bail.
3:48 p.m.: Officers responded to the area of High and Baldwin streets for the report of a disturbance. Officers identified an 18 year old male victim in the case. After an investigation of the incident, Ersel Nuay, 43, of North Attleboro, Daniel Shabo, 47, of Lincoln, Erol Nuay, 4,5 of Cumberland and Siros Halef, 32, of Cumberland were all taken into custody and transported to headquarters. Ersel Nuay was charged with simple assault, disorderly conduct and vandalism, Shabo was charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct, Erol Nuay was charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct and Halef was charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct. All were released with a District Court summons for a future court date.
11:38 p.m.: Officers responded to a Brookdale Street address for a report of an individual pouring gasoline on trees and lighting them on fire. Upon arrival in the area, officers located John Paon, 48, at his residence with the remnants of a tree amidst burning embers. A records check revealed Paon had an outstanding District Court bench warrant. While officers attempted to take Paon into custody, he fought with officers on scene and as a result was also charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Paon was also issued a Cumberland Municipal Court summons for violation of the open burning ordinance. After being transported to headquarters, Paon was released after posting bail.