Bristol arrest log: Naked assault, larceny


Bristol Police officers made the following arrests last week:

Zackary Peloquin, 18, of 20 St. Elizabeth St., Apt. 1, Bristol, was charged with two counts of tampering with vehicles, larceny and resisting arrest after he allegedly broke into cars on Wood Street about 5 a.m.

Mark McVay, 55, of 434 Paddock Court, Bristol, was arrested on a Barrington Police Department warrant.

David Michael Rianna, 30, of 196 State St., Bristol, was charged with disorderly conduct after an upstairs neighbor called police to report Mr. Rianna made threats about using weapons. The neighbor had reportedly asked Mr. Rianna to stop screaming at his children.

Robert Gileau, 54, of 121 Althea St., Providence, was charged with disorderly conduct, indecent exposure, assault and resisting arrest. Mr. Gileau reportedly pulled his pants to his ankles, exposing himself to passers-by, including children, then spit at and kicked officers when they approached him. Read the full story here.

Angel Moore, 47, of 26 Gladstone St., Providence, was arrested on a Sixth District Court bench warrant.

Robert B. Medeiros, 30, of 130 Constitution St., Apt. 2, Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a chemical test. He was arrested in front of his house after allegedly ramming his girlfriend's car.

Police work isn't all about arrests. It's also about responding to issues like noise complaints, which dominated a lot of officers' time over the 4th of July weekend.


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