Frank Russo, 36, of Cranston, was pulled over just after 2 a.m.
Sunday on I-95 in Warwick and charged with DUI (BAC unknown, first offense) and refusal to submit to a chemical test.
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Gary Olney, 48, of North Dighton, was arrested Sunday night following a crash on I-95 in Hopkinton.He was charged with DUI (BAC .15 or greater) and cited for failure to maintain proper control of a motor vehicle and reasonable and prudent speeds.Williams was also cited for speeding, aggressive driving, following too close, no child restraint, use of multiple beam lamps, and laned roadway violations.Amy Ryan, 55, of Warwick, was arrested just after 10 p.m.Troopers made 50 arrests between Friday and Monday, police said, including nine for suspicion of DUI, up from five during Memorial Day weekend 2017.
They also issued 439 citations for various driving violations, which is a more than 20 percent increase over last year's 364. In many ways, social media has led to positive changes in the way people communicate and share information; however, it has a dark side, as well.Social networking can sometimes result in negative outcomes, some with long-term consequences.He was charged with DUI (BAC unknown, first offense) and refusal to submit to a chemical test, as well as cited for failing to maintain proper control of a motor vehicle, presence of an alcoholic beverage while operating a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle without evidence of insurance, and duty in accident resulting in damage to highway fixtures. Peabody IV, 37, of North Providence, was arrested around p.m.Saturday after troopers were called to check on a motorist slumped over the wheel in the breakdown lane of I-95. Gary Pucino, 58, of Warwick, was arrested following a traffic stop on I-95 in West Warwick just after a.m. He was charged with DUI (BAC unknown, first offense) and refusal to submit to a chemical test.Most social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and many others offer their services to members for free, yet still net significant income through ad dollars.