Police charged Kenneth Alan Cyr, 29, of 98 Center Ave., Middletown, with driving under the influence and refusing a chemical test early Wednesday after he was clocked driving 70 mph on West Main Road by Melville School.
Police said Cyr told them he had a pitcher of beer in Newport and he didn’t have a license, either, identifying himself with an expired passport.
He failed a field sobriety test and was arrested at 2:15 a.m.
Portsmouth Police seized a handgun from a 41-year-old Middletown man and charged him with carrying a pistol without a permit on Tuesday after he was stopped for driving a car with a suspended registration.
Police said Manuel Torres, 41, of 11 Constitution Ave., Middletown, was driving south on West Main Road at around 9:50 a.m. when an officer on a traffic post saw the car had tinted window. A check of the registration showed it was suspended.
Once stopped, Torres said he was on his way to a tire shop to get his car fixed and appeared nervous and sweaty.
Police began a search of his car and found a 9mm round and a .380 round. Torres then reportedly said there was a handgun in the car on the floor of the passenger’s side. Police found the weapon, described as a 9mm Sig Sauer SP2022. The gun was loaded with 14 rounds in the magazine and one round in the chamber.
The gun checked out OK after a database query, according to a police report, but the gun was tagged as evidence for the charges. He was also issued a traffic court summons for illegal tint and driving a vehicle with a suspended registration.
Police charged Denise Marie Andrade, 29, of 73 Viking Drive, Portsmouth, with disorderly conduct and trespassing June 7 at around 5 p.m.
Police said they were dispatched to an East Main Road address for a report of a woman who was refusing to leave.
Andrade allegedly became disorderly at a small gathering and refused to leave when asked.
Police charged Jessica L. Obrien, 30, of 29 Locust Ave., Portsmouth, with domestic simple assault, third offense, and domestic vandalism, third offense, both felonies, after she allegedly threw paint onto two cars belonging to a man with whom she has a relationship.
Police said they were dispatched to the residence at around 12:30 p.m. on June 7.
After an investigation, police concluded thet O’Brien was the primary aggressor in an argument. The charges are felonies because of repeat offenses, police said.
She was arraigned before a justice of the peace and released on $3,000 surety bail. A no-contact order was issued.