Several arrested for domestic violence, fraud, and larceny in Rhode Island

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PROVIDENCE — Multiple individuals were arrested on June 12 on various charges ranging from domestic violence to larceny, as announced by the Rhode Island Detective Bureau.

Enrique Miranda, 34, from North Providence, faced two counts of Domestic Violence – Violation of a No Contact Order.

After arraignment at Third District Court, Miranda was handed over to the Sheriffs Department.

In a similar case, 50-year-old Brian Haynes of Portsmouth was charged with Domestic Violence – Violation of a No Contact Order.

Following his arraignment at the same court, he was also released to the Sheriffs Department.

Reuben Threats, 35, from Cranston, was charged with one count of the same offense.

Threats, too, was arraigned at Third District Court and released to the Sheriffs Department’s custody.

From Massachusetts, Sergio Rodrigues, 44, was arrested in Fall River by the Violent Fugitive Task Force for failing to register as a sex offender, based on a warrant issued by the Portsmouth Police Department.

Rodrigues was transported to the Portsmouth Police Department without incident.

The Financial Crimes Unit apprehended Kaborn Dorley, 30, from Providence, for Bank Fraud, Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses, and Identity Theft.

Dorley was processed and arraigned in Sixth District Court before Judge Goldman, released on $5,000 with surety.

Lastly, the Gaming Enforcement Unit arrested 20-year-old Azuriah Becote of Pawtucket on charges of Larceny over $10,000, Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle 1st Offense, and Conspiracy.

Becote received a $5,000 surety bail but was held as a Sixth District Court Bail Violator.

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