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Seekonk Police Log: Warrants, Shoplifting

Information is provided by the Seekonk Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

The  reports the following recent arrests:

April 23

  • Hector L. Rosa, 49, of Central Falls was arrested at the Seekonk police station on Taunton Avenue at approximately 1:30 p.m. on an unspecified warrant.

April 24

  • Xavier Abraham Diaz, 26, of North Providence was arrested at the First District Court in Providence at approximately 11:57 a.m. on an unspecified warrant.
  • Angel Manuel Hernandez, 36, of Providence was arrested in the vicinity of  on Highland Avenue at approximately 6:30 p.m. on an unspecified warrant and on suspicion of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Also in the vehicle with Hernandez following the traffic stop, according to the police log, was 42-year-old Lawrence Joseph Rice, also of Providence, who was arrested on an unspecified warrant.

April 27

  • Riverside residents Katrina Loren Valles, 27, and Lindsey Ross, 26, were arrested near on Commerce Way after officers responded to a call about shoplifting. Valles was accused of larceny over $250 and Ross was accused of shoplifting.

April 28

  • Charles Anthony Raposo, 35, of East Providence was arrested at the  on Mink Street at approximately 1:30 p.m. on an unspecified warrant. Officers arrived at the hotel in response to a call by a worker requesting the removal of a man, according to the police log.
karlene germane May 03, 2012 at 02:34 PM
I want to know how 5 youths 16 yrs old or about that age are out running the streets of North Seekonk at 230 in the morning?2 young girls 3 boys?Shooting off fireworks,tresspassing,raising hell.Not one parent noticed there child gone.The small business owners are tired,and aggravated with these youths spray painting,tresspassing,leaving there trash,drinking,vandalizeing,stealing from our cars,and equiptment.Weve had it,we are going to pay attention,call Police,and we are going to stop these youths from tresspassing and damaging our businesses,and we are going to press charges and get paid for our damages.So know where your kids are talk to them and know what there doing.Call Police if you see anything ,hear anything.Springs here ,prom season,etc lets pay attention.oh and there are alot of good kids in the North End too they manage to keep busy and not get in trouble,Im tired of hearing the economys bad they cant get jobs,go cut your neighbors lawn!
deb of see-attleboro May 03, 2012 at 03:23 PM
Karlene: I would add to the list that parents should take away cell phones, lap tops etc at a reasonable time. Reasonable, IMO, is before a parent, guardian or responsible adult turns in for the night. God gave us two eyes, two ears and ten fingers. Ten-fingered teens with a keyboard can conspire to unimaginable things during the still of the night. Employment status makes absolutely no difference. You really don't want kids cutting grass at 2am, do you?;) In fact, child labor law does not permit kids to work at all past a certain hour. The law also limits the number of hours they can work. IMO, the answer is not to keep kids busy. The answer is to teach them the importance of rest while introducing them to constructive things they can do with their down time. We are really scewing up this generation.

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