Portsmouth police break up teen party on beach

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portsmouth-policePORTSMOUTH — Here are some recent highlights from the Portsmouth police log.

Thursday, July 18

Charles V. Parker, 25, of 231 Maple Ave, Apt. 901, Newport, was charged with violating a no-contact order after the car in which he was a passenger was pulled over for speeding on Bristol Ferry Road near Cherokee Drive around 9:35 a.m. Police said there was an actiive bench warrant out for Mr. Parker’s arrest for failing to appear for an arraignment. There was also a no-contact order between Mr. Parker and the driver of the car, police said.

Nicole J. McGaughey, 30, of 114 Rogers Lane, Middletown, was charged with vandalism/malicious injury to property, after police responded to a report of an unwanted party banging on the front door of a Cathy Circle home around 10:10 p.m. Police said the pounding caused damage to a storm door. A no-trespass order was also served to Ms. McGaughey.

Monday, July 22

Ryan R. Deblois, 32, of 109 Cottage Ave., was charged with driving while intoxicated (first offense), after the vehicle he was driving hit a curb and two utility poles on West Main Road near Willow Lane shortly before 7:15 p.m.

Tuesday, July 23

Roger L. Wilkins, 55, of 14 Hall Ave., Newport, was charged with domestic assault, domestic disorderly conduct, obstructing an officer in execution of duty, and domestic vandalism with malicious injury to property around 1:45 a.m. Police were dispatched at about 1:24 a.m. to a Maggie Lane home, where they met Mr. Wilkins — wearing only a towel around his waist — at the front door. Mr. Wilkins appeared to be intoxicated and refused to answer any questions, police said. The complainant said Mr. Wilkins arrived at the home shortly before midnight and threatened her with physical violence, and vandalized the bedroom door of the residence, according to police.

Kenneth D. Jackson, 33, of 23 Slate Lane, was charged with shoplifting fireworks at the Mobile Extra Mart (value of under $1,500). Police said Mr. Jackson admitted to the theft, saying he did it while playing a game of “dare” with his friends.

Thursday, July 25

David A. Torres, 42, of 567 Robeson St., Fall River, was charged with failing to register himself as a sexual offender and obstructing an officer in the execution of duty. Police said Mr. Torres, a Level I offender, came to the police headquarters on July 22 to register his sex offender status. On July 24, Portsmouth police responded to 24 Morgan St. — which Mr. Torres had reported as his address — in reference to a possible child abduction. (An Amber Alert had been issued that day for a 13-year-old Portsmouth girl seen leaving her home with a man not known to her family.) A woman residing at the address, however, told police that Mr. Torres did not live there. At 1 p.m. later that day, Mr. Torres came back to the police station after learning that officers were looking for him. He told detectives that the woman had lied to them because she was nervous. The next day police returned to 24 Morgan St. and the woman once again told them Mr. Torres did not reside there. She said she had never met Mr. Torres, but that several weeks prior his girlfriend had asked her if he could use her address. The request was refused, the woman told police.

Friday, July 26

A 14-year-old Portsmouth boy was charged with underage possession of alcohol after police broke up a party on a beach at the end of Hargraves Drive around 7:30 p.m. Police said they arrived to find a large group of juveniles, whose parents were all notified. A 14-year-old Portsmouth girl admitted to having marijuana in her possession, according to police. Police seized two bottles of rum as well as a marijuana grinder. A police report listed 26 juveniles, ages 14-17. Fifteen of them were from Portsmouth, with others from Middletown, Bristol, Newport, Westport, Dartmouth, Swansea, New Bedford, Fairhaven, Mass. and California.

Saturday, July 27

Stephen C. Brockman, 51, of 62 Fenner Ave., Middletown, was charged with domestic assault after police received a walk-in report shortly before 3 p.m. Police said Mr. Brockman had assaulted a woman in a Turnpike Avenue home.

Sunday, July 28

Stephen C. Brockman (see above) was charged with violating a no-contact order around 11 p.m., his second arrest in as many days. Police were dispatched to a Turnpike Avenue home, where a woman said Mr. Brockman had knocked on the door and then walked around the back of the residence. Police said they found Mr. Brockman in the bushes behind a wood pile. Mr. Brockman appeared to be heavily intoxicated and would not listen to commands to get into a cruiser, police said.

Monday, July 29

A 17-year-old Barrington girl was charged with simple assault and obstructing an office in execution of duty after police were dispatched to a Peleg Road home for a report of a disturbance around 3 a.m. While responding to the home, police stopped a vehicle on East Main Road that was believed to have been involved in the incident. Another office continued to the home and met with the victim, a 19-year-old woman who said that throughout the night, she had been receiving phone calls from her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend — the 17-year-old ultimately charged — who threatened her physically. Later on, she said, the 17-year-old arrived at the home with her boyfriend and two other friends and when the 19-year-old came outside, the other girl ran at her, throwing fists and pulling her hair, police said. Police said when they arrested the 17-year-old, she provided them with her sister’s name instead of her own.

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