The Middletown Police Department report the following recent arrests:
Violation of No Contact Order/Posession of a Weapon
Kyle Tucker of 90 Girard Ave, Newport, was arrested at 11:53 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, for allegedly violating a no contact order and possessing a weapon. The 19-year old man was a passenger of a vehicle that was stopped on Beacon Street by police for allegedly speeding and a faulty light on the rear plate. The arresting officer reported that a routine check on the passengers revealed Tucker's active violation of a no contact order. When the officer handcuffed and searched Tucker, he reportedly found a five inch, red spring loaded knife in his front right pocket.
Violation of a No Contact Order/Resisting Arrest
David Cloutier of 5 Ryan Ave, Bristol, was arrested at 8:18 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, on charges of violation of a no contact order and resisting arrest. According to the police report, a party walked into the Middletown Police Department and said she was contacted by a 24-year old woman who said that 37-year-old Cloutier was at her residence and would not leave. The responding officers reported that from the outside of the residence they could hear a man and woman screaming inside. The officer reported that the woman was reportedly highly intoxicated and crying, and told the officers that Cloutier was upstairs. After several attempts to call his name, an officer found him hiding in a corner and arrested him.
Lisa Kiah, of 488 Green End Ave, was arrested Sunday, Feb. 12, on charges of domestic larceny. According to the police report, the complainant stated that sometime during the day on Saturday, his ex-girlfriend, 42-year-old Kiah, entered his apartment without permission and took five $100 bills off his coffee table, then admitted to taking the money on a phone conversation later that evening. The officers reported that they then went to 488 Green End Ave. to speak with Kiah about the incident. She said she went to her ex-boyfriend's apartment to pick up makeup and drop off the key. he stated that she took three $1 bills and four quarters off the table because she did not have any money and wanted to get some food. Officers reported she denied taking five $100 bills. She was then arrested and placed in the cell to be released in the morning.