Jacqueline Toomey, 62, of 372 Coddington Hwy., Newport was arrested on Monday morning around 1:54 a.m on charges of driving under the influence. Police said Toomey was pulled over because she was traveling in the wrong lane on East Main Road, and she nearly hit the curb on the left side. Toomey said she was coming from work and had a few glasses of wine, said police.
During the field sobriety tests, Toomey allegedly said “I think I fail” after police said she missed heel to toe on every step. Toomey failed the field sobriety tests and was placed under arrested. She was also cited for refusal to submit to a chemical test and two driving violations.
Ottis Weeden, 70, of 6 Southborn Road, Jamaica Plain, Mass. was arrested on Saturday around 1:00 p.m. after police ran his plate while parked in the lot off Burma road and discovered he had two active bench warrants from Superior Court. Police found Weeden on the beach and placed him under arrest.
William Thomas, 33, of 1170 Aquidneck Ave. was arrested on Sunday night around 10:30 p.m. on a bench warrant for a failure to appear. Police said they pulled Thomas over because he did not stop at the stop sign on Maple Avenue and Sherman Lane. He was also cited for obedience to stop sign.
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