Multiple arrests by Rhode Island State Police include stolen vehicle possession, DUI

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PAWTUCKET — In a series of incidents, Rhode Island State Police made several arrests on charges ranging from driving with a suspended license to possession of a stolen vehicle and eluding police.

At 10:41 a.m., troopers arrested Jean Rodriguez, 30, of 57 Berkshire Street, Apartment #D, Providence, for driving with a suspended license – second offense.

The arrest followed a motor vehicle stop on Mineral Spring Avenue in Pawtucket.

Rodriguez was processed at the State Police Lincoln Woods Barracks and later arraigned at Sixth Division District Court.

Later in the day at 10 p.m., Luis Musset, 34, of 392 Swan Street, Apartment 2, Providence, was apprehended for possession of a stolen motor vehicle, eluding police in a high-speed pursuit – first offense, and driving after suspension of his license – fourth or subsequent offense.

His arrest was the culmination of a vehicle pursuit and subsequent stop on Trask Street in Providence.

Musset was processed at State Police Headquarters, arraigned, and turned over to the Providence Police Department.

Early the next morning, at 1:18 a.m., Ulises Ordonez, 52, of 292 Paris Street, Apartment 3, East Boston, Massachusetts, faced charges for driving under the influence of liquor – first offense and refusal to submit to a chemical test.

This arrest was made after a motor vehicle stop on Route 10 in Providence.

Ordonez was released into the custody of a responsible adult with a notice to appear in court following processing and arraignment.

Simultaneously, at 2:16 a.m., KyMany T. Dos Reis, 24, of 77 Brown Street, Pawtucket, was taken into custody for carrying a pistol without a license and for manufacturing, selling, purchasing, or possessing a ghost gun.

Additionally, Dos Reis was arrested on an affidavit and arrest warrant for eluding police in a high-speed pursuit – first offense, and obstructing a police officer, stemming from an investigation and motor vehicle stop on North Main Street in Providence.

He was processed, arraigned, and released with a court appearance notice.

Captain Jeffrey P. L’heureux, District “B” Commander of the Rhode Island State Police, is available for media contact at 401-764-5614.

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