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State Police Pick Up Johnston Man in West Warwick

Derek Mackenzie-Stanley, 21, had been sought for failure to appear in court.

Hope Valley Barracks. Credit: Rhode Island State Police
Hope Valley Barracks. Credit: Rhode Island State Police
Rhode Island State Police arrested a Johnston man on Oct. 10 in response to a warrant for his arrest.

Derek Mackenzie-Stanley, 21, of 20 Mill St., was taken to the ACI, where is awaiting hearings on bail and other violations from past criminal cases, including a 2011 felony assault charge.

Troopers stopped Mackenzie-Stanley on I-95 in West Warwick at 1:45 a.m., and held him overnight at the Hope Valley Barracks on a warrant issued for failure to appear at an ability to pay hearing in Third District Court.

At the time of his arrest, Mackenzie-Stanley was serving an eight-year suspended sentence and eight years' probation on the assault charge. He had already served time for a previous violation of the suspended sentence issued in that case.

The recent warrant was issued in connection with a receipt of stolen goods case brought by Johnston Police in December, 2012. He currently owes $455.50, according to online court records.

Mackenzie-Stanley had also been serving six months' probation and a six-month suspended sentence for disorderly conduct brought by Providence Police. He pleaded no contest to the charge on June 4.
Peter A. Filippi III October 13, 2013 at 01:08 PM
What's the big deal? Voters in our state love this stuff that’s why they keep voting in the same tax and spend liberal Democrats who care more about the thieves and usurpers of our society than the givers; honest hard working Americans

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