Southbridge Man Arrested After RI Home Invasion
In the early morning hours of August 2nd, The Coventry, RI Police Department responded to a 911 call regarding a home invasion at 30 Parker Street. A female resident heard noises in her home, and confronted a male inside, who forced her out of his way and ran from the scene.
No injuries were sustained as a result from the assault, but the homeowner did report several items were stolen from the home, including prescription medications, jewelry, and a laptop.
As a result of an investigation, police found a first floor window had been broken by the suspect, and blood was located in the area. A vehicle believed to be involved in the incident was abandoned in front of home.
Police located 28 year old Kenneth Delvalle of Southbridge and his girlfriend 27 year old Alisha Hathaway of Haverhill at a nearby Dunkin’ Donuts, and determined he was responsible for breaking into the home, as his hands were still bleeding. Police were also able to recover some of the stolen items. Later in the morning, a third suspect, 30 year old Richard Smith of Coventry was taken into custody for his role in the incident. It is believed he fled the robbery scene before police arrived.
All three were arraigned Thursday afternoon at Kent County Courthouse. Delvalle was charged with breaking and entering, conspiracy and 2 cases of simple assault. Smith was charged with breaking and entering and conspiracy and Hathaway was charged with conspiracy.
Coventry Police arrest Three in Home Invasion Coventry, RI – On August 2, 2018 at 4:23 AM the Coventry Police…
Posted by Coventry Police Department, RI on Thursday, August 2, 2018