Providence man arrested for forgery, false statements

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PROVIDENCE — A series of arrests by Rhode Island law enforcement officials has led to multiple individuals facing charges ranging from forgery to possession of child pornography.

On May 7, Alexander Fernandez, 47, of Providence, was apprehended by members of the Auto Theft and Intelligence Units for forgery and making false statements to obtain a registration.

Fernandez was processed at police headquarters, arraigned by a Justice of the Peace, and subsequently released.

The following day, Zachariah Marshall, 22, of Central Falls, was arrested by the Computer Crimes Unit/Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force on charges of possessing child pornography.

Marshall was arraigned at the Sixth District Court where Associate Judge Isherwood set bail at $10,000 personal recognizance, imposing special conditions including restricted internet access and no unsupervised contact with minors.

Also on May 8, the Rhode Island Violent Fugitive Task Force, along with the Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section (VFAS), arrested Isaiah Wilson, 21, of Pawtucket.

Wilson, a fugitive from justice out of Weymouth, Massachusetts, faced charges related to aggravated assault with a firearm.

He was handed over to the Pawtucket Police Department for processing without incident.

Troy Antley, 54, of Lincoln, was taken into custody by the Violent Fugitive Task Force on a federal probation violation warrant issued by the United States Marshals Service for an original charge of weapon possession.

Antley’s arrest was executed without incident, and he was transported directly to Federal Court.

Lastly, Shawn Kilroy, 50, of Newport, was arrested based on an affidavit and arrest warrant from the Middletown Police Department for possession of Schedule I-V narcotics, specifically crack cocaine.

Kilroy was detained by the Violent Fugitive Task Force and was turned over to the Middletown Police Department.

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