Tiverton police: north end man busted in drug probe

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Thursday, Jan. 10

As part of as larger investigation of drug activities in Tiverton's north end, Joey Daanuinciacao, 19, of 333 State Avenue, Apt. 3FL, Tiverton, was charged at 1:27 with two counts of possession of a scheduled drug. Armed with a warrant, said Tiverton Police Captain Patrick Jones, officers conducted a search of a 3rd floor apartment and discovered 13 bundles of heroin, used needles, and one tablet of a scheduled drug.

Monday, Jan. 7

After turning himself in at 11:30 a.m., Peter G. Nicoletti, 45, of Bristol, was charged with sending crank or obscene text messages that police said were threatening and included swearing.

Friday, Jan. 11

Clinton O. Skarka, 53, of 114 Lepes Road,Tiverton,m was charged at 9:14 p.m. with domestic, simple assault.

Saturday, Jan. 12

Dianne G. Matthews, 48, of 37 Peckham Lane, Tiverton, was charged at 5:52 p.m. with domestic vandalism following a domestic dispute that involved a potted plant and a small lamp.

Sunday, Jan. 13

At 2:24 p.m., Aldo Notarandrea, 34, of 219 Nanaquaket Road, Tiverton, was charged under a Middletown police affidavit and arrest warrant.

Monday, Jan. 14

After responding to a call relating to alleged disorderly conduct, police charged Jillian Vieweg, 23, of 63 Main Road, Tiverton, under a 2nd District Court bench warrant for failure to pay fines.

 

 

 

 

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