Two arrested for warrants, one for fraudulent credit card use in Providence

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PROVIDENCE — Two individuals were arrested on May 12 for outstanding warrants, and another was apprehended early May 13 for alleged fraudulent use of credit cards, according to the State Police Lincoln Woods Barracks.

At 10:30 a.m. on May 12, Troopers took 20-year-old Paul Moura into custody at his Rumford residence.

Moura, who resides at 31 Windmill Lane, was wanted on an arrest warrant for Obtaining Property by False Pretenses.

The arrest followed an investigation by the barracks.

After being processed at State Police Headquarters, Moura was arraigned and released with a scheduled appearance at the Sixth Division District Court.

Later the same day, at 11 p.m., Quincy Dejesus, 27, of 19 Hendricks Street, Apartment #3, Central Falls, was arrested during a traffic stop on Union Avenue in Providence.

Dejesus faced a Third District Court Bench Warrant for failing to appear at an arraignment on an expired license charge from the West Warwick Police Department.

Post-arrest, Dejesus was processed, arraigned, and released with a future court date.

In the early hours of May 13, at approximately 2:30 a.m., Euri Ogando, 28, of 26 Gallatin Street, Providence, was apprehended following a vehicle stop on Thurbers Avenue.

Ogando was wanted on a warrant connected to charges of Fraudulent Use of Credit Cards issued by the North Kingstown Police Department.

After processing at the State Police Headquarters, Ogando was handed over to the North Kingstown authorities.

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