Bristol arrest log: Assault, larceny, warrant arrests

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Bristol arrest log: Assault, larceny, warrant arrests

The Bristol Police Department made the following arrests last week:

James Veazie, 45, of 250 Washington St., Providence, was arrested on a bench warrant after police were called to Bristol Good Neighbors Soup Kitchen on Hope Street to remove an unwanted, reportedly intoxicated man on July 14.

Kevin S. Barbosa, 22, of 221 Mauran Ave., Apt. 2, East Providence, was arrested on a 6th District Court bench warrant after he was spotted walking on the Mt. Hope Bridge just after 11 p.m. July 14.

Casey Molloy, 33, of 18 Norbert St., Warren, was arrested on a bench warrant, and charged with possession of narcotics and driving on a suspended license July 15.

Mario Amaral, 37, of Oliver Street, Bristol, was charged with domestic assault, after he turned himself in at the Bristol Police station July 15.

Donald L. Cunningham, 37, of 80 Seymour St., Warren, was charged with larceny under $1,500 July 15.

Shari Capaldi, 48, of 139 Bradford St., Bristol, was arrested July 17 on a 6th District Court bench warrant after officers responded to reports of a verbal argument she was involved in.

Interested in more nearby police news? Check out this week's Portsmouth Police Log here.

 

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