A Barrington High School student faces charges of marijuana possession.
The 18-year-old student was arrested at 9:02 am Monday, Feb. 6, in the school after an assistant principal called Barrington police to respond to the school. The student was carrying marijuana and drug paraphernalia, police said.
He was arraigned at the police station and issued a date to appear in District Court.
Editor's note: The above charges have been expunged. Therefore, the arrestee's identity has been removed from this post.
Warren man faces DUI charges
A Warren man, 23, faces drunk-driving charges in Barrington.
Edward D. O’Sullivan, of 18 Norbert St., was arrested early Sunday morning, Feb. 5, on County Road at Tyler Point Road. He was traveling south on County Road about 12:57 am when a Barrington police officer pulled over his vehicle because the license plate was partially obstructed, police said.
O’Sullivan’s vehicle also strayed across the fog line several times, police said. He failed field sobriety tests after being observed with bloodshot eyes, police said, and other signs of possible inebriation. He refused to take the Breathalyzer.
O’Sullivan was arraigned at the police station by a justice of the peace at about 7:30 am after spending the night in a holding cell.