Assault Suspect Charged:
charged Juan Cuellar, 35, of 33 Aspen Way, Warwick, with simple assault or battery, disorderly conduct, and obstructing an officer in the execution of duty on Nov. 26 after Cuellar, a suspect in a , turned himelf in to polce headquarters.
According to police, Cuellar was one of three men who allegedly assaulted Jamie Baldomar outside the club and fled the scene before police arrived.
He was arraigned and released on $2,000 personal recognizance with a court date of Dec. 7.
Johnston Police arrested Christy Boisvert, 31, of 20 Park St., on a charge of disorderly conduct on Nov. 26. Boisvert’s boyfriend called the police around 11:30 p.m. after Boisvert arrived home “heavily intoxicated,” according to the police report.
Ptlm. Derek Parascandolo stated in his report that Boisvert was unsteady on her feet and fell into a kitchen table. Johnston Fire Department personnel responded for a “detox transport.”
Boisvert became “belligerent and uncooperative” when the fire department arrived, and ran out of the apartment and became “enraged” screaming profanities and stating she was not drunk, according to police reports.
Boisvert was arrested for disorderly conduct, transported to police headquarters, released with a court date of Dec. 7, and transported by the Johnston Fire Department to the hospital for a medical evaluation.
Johnston Police arrested Diana M. Armitrano, 46, of 28 Susan Ave., on a charge of domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property and domestic disorderly conduct on Nov. 25. Amitrano allegedly admitted to breaking the windshield of her ex-boyfirend’s car with a golf club. She was arraigned and released on $2,000 personal recognizance with a court date of Dec. 7. A no-contact order was issued between Armitrano and her ex-boyfriend.
Johnston Police arrested Adam Timpani, 31, of 140 Mayfield Ave., Cranston, on three warrants and a charge of driving after denial, suspension/revocation of license on Nov. 25.
On Nov. 26, Johnston Police arrested Max L. Walters, 33, of 235 Curry Road, Cranston, on two Superior Court warrants and two district court warrants. Walters was processed and transported to the ACI.
Johnston Police arrested Michael Peno, 19, of 111 George St., Johnston, on a charge of vandalism/malicious injury to property and domestic disorderly conduct. Peno allegedly admitted to punching and putting a hole in his uncle’s apartment door because his uncle allegedly would not let him in on Nov. 26. The landlord pursued the criminal complaint against Peno. He was arraigned and released on $2,000 personal recognizance and issued a court date of Dec. 7.