Middletown police made two arrests Saturday night after a couple called to complain they were assaulted while selecting a movie from the Shell Station Redbox.
Kathleen Willis-Harrington, 47, of 45 Goldenrod Drive, was charged with driving under the influence and simple assault. She was also cited for refusal to submit to a chemical test. Nickolas DiPanni, 23, of 30 Casino Ave., Cranston, was arrested on an active bench warrant for failure to appear in court.
The couple reportedly said Willis-Harrington yelled to “hurry up” then slammed the other woman into her car.
"Get in the car, you [expletive]," she allegedly said.
Police said Willis-Harrington appeared to be intoxicated and smelled of alcohol and marijuana.
Police reportedly found a crack pipe, powdery residue that appeared to be cocaine and empty baggies with residue that appeared to be cocaine in her car. Willis-Harrington failed the field sobriety tests and was taken into custody.