Two Disorderly Conduct Arrests
Ryan Yergeau of 23 Rosedale Ter. was arrested on Thursday evening at approximately 10:55 p.m. after he allegedly initiated a fight on the intersection of Rosedale Ave. and Rosedale Ter. Police reported that twenty year old Yergeau was walking home from a friend’s house with another male, when he allegedly became hostile and charged at him.
The male reportedly pushed him away, struck him in the head and Yergeau fell to the ground. Police reported that Yergeau was bleeding from his head, had a large contusion above his left eye, had blood on his face and was bleeding from the lip.
Police transported Yergeau to the Newport Hospital and charged him with disorderly conduct. The other male involved in the incident was released on scene.
Andrew Heater of Spring Texas was arrested on Thursday around 5:02 p.m. after he allegedly tried to sneak into a University of Rhode Island Senior party at the Atlantic Beach Club. Event organizers reportedly discovered he was wearing a fake bracelet to obtain access to the event and escorted the 22 year old man out of the bar.
Police reported at 4:30 p.m Heater stated he was trying to get a sober ride home. Fifteen minutes later police reported he had changed his shirt and attempted to sneak back into the party.
A 23 year old Johnston male told police he had been elbowed by Heater, but he did not wish to press charges. Heater was arrested for disorderly conduct.
Two Charged With DUI
James Horky, of 6 Stimpson St. was arrested on Thursday morning around 1:35 a.m. on charges of drinking under the influence. Police reported they pulled 44 year old Horky over for erratic driving on West Main Road. Horky allegedly said he had a few beers at Fastnet Pub earlier that evening.
After failing the field sobriety tests, police took Horky into custody. He registered a .128 and a .129 on the breathalyzer test.
Fred Constancia, of 84 Woodlawn Rd., Bristol, was arrested on Thursday night around 11:15 p.m. on charges of driving under the influence. The 54 year old man was also cited for refusal to take a chemical test and two traffic violations.
Police reported they pulled Constancia’s Cadillac over on West Main Road for swerving through traffic without the use of signals and because he crossed the yellow dividing line. Constancia reportedly told police he had left the Newport Grand and that although he had a few drinks while gambling, he was fine to drive.
Constancia failed the sobriety tests and was taken into custody.
Matthew Withers, of 1225 Aquidneck Ave was arrested on Thursday evening at approximately 10:13 p.m. on an active bench warrant. Police stopped the 49 year old man who was allegedly walking northbound on East Main Road and almost stumbled into the road. A check showed he had an active warrant for failure to appear.