MPD: Woman Allegedly Kicks Firefighter in Stomach, Fraudulent Checks
The following arrests were reported by the Middletown Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Kathleen Willis-Harrington, 46, of 45 Goldenrod Dr., was arrested on Sunday around 8:20 p.m. after police responded to her residence for a report that she fell and was bleeding from her head.
Her son told police she had tripped over their dog and hit her head on the pavement. Her pupils were dilated and she was unable to answer what time, day of week or year it was, said police. Police said she appeared to be intoxicated.
When she was told by responders and her son that she needed to seek treatment, she allegedly ran towards the bathroom. Police said they grabbed her hand and pushed her against the wall.
In the rescue, she allegedly kicked a firefighter in the stomach. When they arrived at Newport Hospital, she reportedly continued to yell and scream at hospital staff. She was still unable to answer questions about the year, her birth date or where she lives. She was charged with two counts of simple assault.
Aldo Notarandrea, 34, of 219 Nanaquaket Rd., Tiverton, was arrested on Sunday around 3:43 pm. on a felony charge of writing fraudulent checks. He allegedly wrote two checks that totaled $2907.
An 11 year-old Middletown boy was arrested on two counts of simple assault on Saturday night around 11:20 p.m. after police responded to a group home on Trout Drive. The boy allegedly punched a staff member in the stomach and threw a chair and electronic monitor, which hit her head.
John McDonough, 36 of Quincy, Mass. was arrested on Friday night around 8:39 p.m. on a misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana. Police found the drug after a traffic stop.
Two 18 year-old females were cited with underage drinking on Friday night around 11:15 p.m. Police said they found an open container during a traffic stop.