Jessica Rivera, 24, 705 North Broadway, East Providence was arrested on Friday afternoon around 4:42 p.m. on a felony charge of embezzlement.
On Friday, April 9, 2010, The owner and manager of her employer, McDonalds on West Main Road filed a complaint after they discovered that a deposit in the amount of $1799.67 had not been made to Citizen’s Bank after she took possession of the money on Wednesday, April 7.
The manager called to inquire about the deposit when she reportedly told him she had made it ten minutes earlier. When the manager called her back, he said her number was disconnected.
Rivera reportedly called the manager back and said she had the money at her house and would bring it to the restaurant within the hour. She allegedly failed to show and the complaint was filed.
On April 12, 2010, a detective spoke with Rivera who allegedly agreed to come into the station that same day and bring the deposit money. Police said she failed to come to the station or call.
On April 14, 2010 an affidavit and arrest warrant was obtained on charges of embezzlement over $100
Jalen O’Loughlin, 18, of 275 West Main Rd., was arrested on Sunday afternoon at around 3:10 p.m. after police were dispatched to his residence on a report of a verbal argument. Police said when they arrived, both O’Loughlin and his 35 year-old mother were yelling and cursing. The woman told police he had just punched a hole in her wall.
She later told officers that he was upset because she asked why he had not washed the dishes in the sink. She told police he made racial slurs and suggested that he would “ get people” to harm her.
“Nigga, we both the same person, you just got a badge,’ O’Loughlin reportedly told the officer when he asked him to exit the kitchen.
Police reported they took control of his arms and removed him from the kitchen. Another officer arrived at the scene and they escorted the O’Louglin down the stairs and had him sit on a ledge outside.
When asked about the argument he had with his mother, O’Loughlin allegedly raised his hands towards the officers. The officers then took O’Louglin to the ground.
According to the police report, they cuffed him and placed him back in the cruiser. The arresting officer said O’Louglin continued to make racial slurs and was aggressive and argumentative towards all officers on scene.
He was charged with domestic vandalism, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Dawn Alarie, 45, of 41 Freeborn St., Newport was arrested on Friday night around 11:44 p.m. on charges of driving under the influence. Police stopped her vehicle on the corner of Green End Avenue and Valley Road because they said she was driving erratically and had the high beams illuminated.
Alarie told Police she had two drinks at the Boathouse Restaurant in Tiverton and was on her way home. Police said she failed the field sobriety tests and was taken into custody without incident. She was also cited for refusal to submit to a chemical test.
Olga De Jesus, 50, of 41 West Evans St., Newport, was arrested on Thursday night around 8:43 p.m. after she allegedly attempted to shoplift shampoo and conditioner from RiteAid on East Main Road. Police said the manager called Police after the alarm went off and he found the items in her bag. The total value of the items were just under $31.