Bristol arrest log: Shoplifting, forgery, strangulation


Manuel J. Barboza, 57, of 500 Wood St., Bristol, was charged with violating a no-contact order on June 3 after police received reports of a man lying in the road on Wood Street at about 10 p.m.

Jose A. Medina, 40, of 283 Spring St., Newport, was arrested on a Superior Court bench warrant on a charge of driving without a license. Just after midnight June 4, a caller reported a reckless driver in a green Honda who was speeding without headlights on and had run through two stop signs. Officers found the car outside a home on Murphy Avenue, where they arrested Mr. Medina.

Carolyn A. Frederick, 51, of 51 Walnut St., Tiverton, was charged with shoplifting at Stop & Shop on Metacom Avenue on June 4.

Joshua P. Landskroner, 33, of 700 Metacom Ave., Apt. 126, Warren, was charged with forgery.

Osvaldo J. Powell, 39, of 4 Center St., Apt. 1, Bristol, was charged with simple assault after a neighbor called police to Center Street.

Robert I. Cairrao, of 2 Luther St., Apt. 2, Seekonk, Mass., was charged with domestic assault on Hope Street on June 7.

Gregg Trexler, 40, of 332 State St., Bristol, was arrested on a Sixth District Court bench warrant for failure to appear after officers were called to DeWolf Tavern on Thames Street for reports of a former employee making threats. Police found Mr. Trexler walking down the street.

Eric St. Martin, 25, of 143 Arlington Ave., Warren, was arrested on a warrant and charged as a fugitive from justice at State Street Dock. He was wanted for aggravated domestic assault after allegedly attempting to strangle his girlfriend with an extension cord.

Police work isn't just about arrests. Take a look at the variety of calls officers respond to every week.


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