Father Arrested in Infant’s Death

By: Bethany Hashway

Warwick, RI- Earlier this morning at 10:15 a.m. the Warwick Police held a press conference regarding the infant that was found unresponsive last night.

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Credit :Bethany Hashway-Major Brad Connor and Detective Captain Jamie Calise

During the press conference Major Brad Connor and Detective Captain Jamie Calise briefed the media on the incident last night. According to a press release at around 7:20 p.m last night Warwick Police and Warwick Fire Department were dispatched to 3 Airway Road for a call of a child not breathing. The Warwick police said that the call came in from a third party who was also in the home at the time. The third party  called 911  when he heard  Mariah Ramos screaming for help when she found her seven- month  old daughter Willow Ramos unresponsive.

Last night Willow Ramos was taking to Hasbro Children’s Hospital where she later pronounced dead. As of now the cause of death is unknown and an autopsy was scheduled to take place this morning. The child’s father Ryan Beeley was taken to Kent County Hospital where he was treated and later released.

At this time Ryan Beeley, 37  is being charged with Cruelty to or Neglect of a Child. An arraignment for Ryan Beeley is scheduled for this afternoon after 2 p.m.

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Credit: Warwick PD- Ryan Beeley

The Warwick Police Detective Division, BCI and the Attorney General’s office are still conducting an investigation and search warrants have been executed for the house, currently Warwick Police have hold of the home.

Stay with the EG/Warwick News for more updates.

 

 

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WPD Citizen’s Police Spring Class

By:Bethany Hashway

Warwick, RI-   Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a police officer or how a police department works? If you answered yes, then you might be interested in signing up for the spring Citizens Police Class that the Warwick Police is having starting in March.

The Warwick Police class will begin their 28th class of the Citizen’s Police Class, which will begin on March 23rd and goes through June 8th. This is a 12-week course and will run on Thursday nights from 6:00p.m. to 9:00p.m.

During these 12 weeks  of the Citizen’s Police Academy class students will learn many new topics such as Patrol Operations, Use of Force, DUI’s and Drug Crimes, Arson Investigations and many more. The course is at no cost, and is open to  Warwick residents  18 and up and employees.

For more information on the March Citizens Police Class visit the Warwick Police Department’s page and to download the application http://www.warwickpd.org/index.php/public-outreach/citizens-police-academy or contact the instructor Officer Daniel Maggiacomo for more information at daniel.maggiacomo@warwickri.com

 

 

 

Warwick Home Invasion

By: Bethany Hashway

Warwick, RI- Early this morning at around 1:20 a.m the Warwick Police were called to a house on Beatrice Ave for a call of an armed home invasion.

According to Warwick Police three dark skin males had forced entry into the rear of the house where the two residents of the house were sleeping. The Warwick Police are reporting that a handgun, a small amount of cash, a small amount of marijuana and an 11-week-old Grey American Bulldog were stolen from the home. The Great American Bulldog is about to be 11-12pounds, grey in color with light specking on its chest and just had his ears cropped.

The three suspects had left the scene in a light color four dour sedan, possibly a Ford Taurus. Warwick Police believe that this house was targeted specifically.

Anyone who has information is being asked to contact the Warwick Police Detectives at (401) 468-4233.