Around 9:30 a.m., July 28, Johnston Police Patrolman Aaron Blanco was on a fixed post at 1074 Plainfield St., when he spotted a black Mercedes traveling approximately 10 miles over the speed limit. …
CPD SEEKS SUSPECT
The Cranston Police Department is looking for your help.
They’ve posed a request online asking residents if they recognize a suspect.
At 2:36 p.m., Sept. 19, a man committed a Breaking & Entering on Bain Street in Cranston.
Police provided several photos of the suspect.
Cranston police have asked residents to pay particularly close attention to one of the suspect’s tattoos.
“Please note the distinctive tattoo on the back of the suspect's left hand,” police wrote in the online post.
If you have any information about this suspect or his whereabouts, you can contact Cranston Police Detective Bob Lindsay at 401-477-5142 or email@example.com.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The preceding police log information has been taken from public record police incident and arrest reports provided by the Cranston Police Department and other local law enforcement agencies.
Around 9:30 a.m., July 28, Johnston Police Patrolman Aaron Blanco was on a fixed post at 1074 Plainfield St., when he spotted a black Mercedes traveling approximately 10 miles over the speed limit. He initiated a traffic stop and identified the driver as Jonathan T. Obrien, 28, of 1635 Cranston St., Cranston. DMV files revealed the vehicle’s registration was expired and Obrien’s driver’s license was suspended. He was cited for Speeding 1 to 10 MPH in Excess of Posted Speed Limit, Driving with Expired Registration and Driving with Suspended License (fourth or subsequent offense). The vehicle was towed from the scene.