Bristol arrest log: Bad day for convenience store

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Nicholas J. Tavares, 31, of 363 Wood St., Apt. 2, Bristol, was charged with breaking and entering with criminal intent. He allegedly broke into Midland Farms on Wood Street on June 11.

Kevin Barbosa, 22, of 221 Mauran Ave., Apt. 2, East Providence, was charged with shoplifting from Midland Farms on Wood Street. Bristol officers picked him up from East Providence, where he was initially arrested on June 11.

Kevin Pereira, 31, of 227 Wood St., Apt. 3, Bristol, was charged with violating a protection order - third offense June 11.

Daniel R. MacMillan, 23, of 7 Third St., Bristol, was arrested on a Sixth District Court bench warrant June 13 on an original charge of shoplifting.

John O. Valenti, 41, of 417 Hope St., Bristol, was charged arrested on a 2nd District Court bench warrant June 13.

Sheilin S. Mercado, 28, of 132 Mulberry Road, Apt. 7, was arrested on a 6th District Court bench warrant June 13.

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