Multiple arrests made by Rhode Island authorities

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PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island law enforcement agencies conducted a series of arrests on May 15, resulting in a number of individuals facing various charges, including drug offenses and assault.

William Sharkey, 38, of Malden, Massachusetts, was arrested by the Gaming Enforcement Unit for Willful Trespass.

Sharkey was processed at police headquarters, arraigned by a Justice of the Peace, and was issued a future court date at the Third District Court.

The ACI Investigations Unit was active, charging three individuals with crimes.

Jajuan Mcneil-Brown, 22, from Pawtucket, was charged with Assault with Bodily Fluids While Incarcerated.

Similarly, Thomas Mosley, 42, of Providence, faced the same charge.

Both Mcneil-Brown and Mosley were arraigned in Third District Court and subsequently released to the Sheriffs Department.

In another case, Thomas Marold, 35, of Warwick, was charged as a Fugitive from Justice from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Marold faced the judge in Third District Court and was also released to the Sheriffs Department’s custody.

Robert Burrell, 63, from South Kingstown, was charged with a domestic-related violation of a No Contact Order.

After his arraignment in Third District Court, Burrell too was handed over to the Sheriffs Department.

A significant arrest was made by a collaborative effort involving the Intelligence Unit, the Auto Theft Unit, the Violent Fugitive Task Force, and the Scituate Barracks.

Shemar Cameron, 27, of Providence, faces multiple drug-related charges including possession with intent to distribute controlled substances such as crack cocaine, fentanyl, and oxycodone, as well as firearm charges.

Cameron was ordered held without bail at the Sixth Division District Court, owing to probation and bail violations.

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