Central Falls Police vigilance pays off as suspect with 5 Warrants is identified and arrested

By Carmen Russo
CENTRAL FALLS – During the early morning hours of July 12, Officers were following up on information of a wanted person staying in a basement apartment on Chestnut Street. Upon their arrival, the man in question attempted to identify himself as his father of the same name and gave his father’s date of birth. Unconvinced of the man’s story as well as the lack of looking his age, the officers were able to further investigate and identify the suspect from his tattoos as William Feole, age 44 (not age 64). Mr. Feole had 3 outstanding arrest warrants from Central Falls for 2 counts of Larceny and 1 count of Domestic Assault, an additional arrest warrant from Middletown Police Department for Larceny and a bench warrant from 6th District court for failure to appear on a previous Shoplifting charge. Mr. Feole was also charged with Obstructing a Police Officer in the Execution of his Duties, when he falsely identified himself. He appeared in 6th District Court this morning was arraigned on his Central Falls charges and given bail in the amount of $4,000.00 with surety. He was held pending his arraignment on the new charge from Middletown.