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Warren Police Log: Robbery, DUI, Stolen Property

The following is based on reports of the Warren Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.


The Warren Police Department made the following arrests:

Valerie Carpenter-Noey, 44, of 9 Joy St., Barrington, was charged with driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a chemical test after being pulled over at Main and Child streets.

Brian Oliver, 54, of 7 Jackson Ave., Riverside, was charged with driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a chemical test after being pulled over at Main and Hope streets.

Piengchay T. Nonphala, 22, of 196 Jewitt St., Providence, was charged with driving on a suspended license after being pulled over at Metacom Avenue and Overhill Road.

Paul Nathaniel Council, 31, of 8 Spring House Lane, Cumberland, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. 

Cory A. St. Ours, 24, of 342 Child St., Apt. 1, Warren was charged with possession of narcotics and driving in possession of narcotics after being pulled over at Market Street and Grove Avenue.

Christopher J. Minior, 30, of 10 Haile St., Warren, was charged with violating a protective order.

Dylan B. Hodgate, 23, of 157 Cliff Ave., Swansea, MA, was charged with receiving stolen goods, misdemeanor.

Brendan M. Barry, 45, of 130 Water St., Apt. 2, warren was charged with possession of narcotics.

David Arruda, 26, of 13 Ellis Ave., Warren, was arrested on a warrant for second degree robbery.

Jeffrey Dortch, 44, of 44 Burnside St., Woonsocket, was arrested on a Sixth District Court bench warrant.

Jeremy S. Bane, 29, of 10 Timberland Drive, Riverside, was arrested on a Sixth District Court bench warrant and police pulled him over at Market and Barney streets.

Joseph Paul Santos, 44, of 348 Child St., Apt. 1, Warren was arrested on a Sixth District Court bench warrant.

Nicholas M. Berouty, 23, of 11 Arlington Ave., Apt. 2, Warren, was arrested on a warrant.

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