Bristol Police Log: Church Theft

The following is based on reports from the Bristol Police Department. Ann arrest does not indicate a conviction.

The Bristol Police Department made the following arrests:

Christian E. Griffin, 31, of 996 Branch Ave., Providence, and Stephane Morenzi, 29, of 123 Smith St., Providence, were both charged with obtaining money under false pretences at St. Michael's Church.

Jennifer K. Harris, 32, of 83 Pond St., Apt. 2, Swansea, MA, was charged with larceny under $500, credit card theft, conspiracy and receiving stolen goods at Stop & Shop on Metacom Avenue.

Jeffrey Popham, 56, of 88 Aaron Ave., Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Paul F. Kiley, 22, of 39 Brackett St., Brighton, MA, was charged with DUI, possession of marijuana and driving in possession of a controlled substance at Roger Williams University.

Dan Kang, 19, of 1 Hoskins Road, Apt. B2, Simsbury, CT, was charged with disorderly conduct at Roger Williams University.

Christopher R. Barden, 20, of 5 Old Summit Road, Greene, RI, was charged with transportation of alcohol by a minor, possession of a prohibited weapon other than a gun, possession of marijuana and driving in possession of a controlled substance.

Ian Mooney, 20, of 1496 Deborah Court, Wall, NJ, was charged with underage possession and consumption of alcohol.

Brian E. Cordeiro, 37, of 50 Blueberry Lane, Tiverton, was charged with disorderly conduct at Gillary's Tavern on Thames Street.

Derek Lamar Truesdale, 42, of 230 State St., Apt. 2, Bristol, was arrested on a Sixth District Court bench warrant.

Timothy Santiago, 21, of 5 Gouli St., Newport, was arrested on a 2nd District Court bench warrant.


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