Motel 6 Door Knocker Detained With Controlled Substances


The Warwick Police Department is located at 99 Veterans Memorial Drive.
The Warwick Authorities Department lies at 99 Veterans Memorial Drive. Officers required a Motel 6 door knocker July 11 discovered the guy had a warrant and controlled substances.

WARWICK, RI– Warwick officers required a Motel 6 door knocker July 11 at 3:49 a.m. on the 3rd flooring discovered a guy with an exceptional warrant, prohibited barbiturates and stimulants, and detained him.

Officer Patrick Holmes was among 5 officers dispatched to the motel, who appeared baffled, and informed them he was attempting to return into his space, however didn’t understand which one was his, according to the officer’s report.

The officers recognized the guy as Brendan Brooks Fox, 33, of 27 Tall Oaks, Cumberland, RI. When asked why he was knocking on several doors, Fox informed officers he was searching for out whose clothing remained in the utility room. Throughout this discussion, Fox appeared unstable on his feet, revealing an absence of great motor abilities, Holmes kept in mind in his report.

A check of Fox’s record revealed a Superior Court Bench warrant for a technical offense hearing on an initial charge of 2nd degree burglary from the Pawtucket Authorities Department. The officers detained Fox, and browsed him, discovering a little plastic bag with numerous tablets inside.

At Warwick Authorities Head Office, 99 Veterans Memorial Drive, Warwick, RI, the officers identified Fox had actually been bring 2 kinds of tablets: Alprazolam, a barbiturate, (4.6 grams) and Amphetamine, a stimulant (1.7 grams).

Fox was later on carried to Kent Healthcare facility for observation due to his absence of coherence and failure to stay awake.