PROVIDENCE, RI — A Providence man is accused of stealing and crashing a bakery shipping truck early Thursday early morning, then spraying a fire extinguisher at two design personnel.
In accordance to state law enforcement, a Calise Bakery delivery truck was stolen from their Niantic Avenue facility in Cranston all around 6 a.m. Nicholas Brown, 29, is accused of driving the truck onto Route 10 North, sideswiping a different vehicle around the Union Avenue off-ramp. He kept driving, taking the Westminster Street exit.
In accordance to law enforcement, Brown then turned remaining, hitting an additional car and triggering it to crash into a utility pole. Again, he saved driving, going around a curb and crashing by means of a chain connection fence into the Route 6/10 construction web page, crashing into a parked excavator.
Two building personnel at the site went to the truck to see if Brown was okay. Brown then climbed out of the truck with a fire extinguisher, spraying it at the pair, law enforcement said. He then experimented with to get into other cars at the design web page, law enforcement reported, and was yet again approached by the two development personnel, as perfectly as a person who was in one of the motor vehicles he strike. He attacked just one of them and was sooner or later stopped by a state law enforcement trooper, who was assigned to the building web site.
Brown was arrested and billed with stealing and possessing a auto, two counts of leaving the scene of an accident, a few counts of basic assault, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. He was arraigned in Sixth Division District Court and specified a $10,000 bail with surety, and taken to the Grownup Correctional Establishment as a bail violator of a former charge of simple assault and disorderly perform.