VIPD Announces 5 Arrests

Five people have been arrested in separate incidents by officers in the St. Thomas-St. John district, the V.I. Police Department announced Monday.

On Friday, Rafael G. Dalmida, 28, of Pastory, was arrested and charged with simple assault and battery in connection with an incident where he was placed under citizen’s arrest after he was allegedly identified by the complainant as the individual that physically assaulted and threatened to kill him. Bail for Rafael Dalmida was set at $500. Unable to post bail, he was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections.

On Saturday officers arrested William Y. Quiones, 24, of Bellevue Village, and charged him with destruction of property/domestic violence in relation to an incident where he allegedly punched a woman’s bedroom door, causing damage. No bail was set for Quiones, and he was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections pending his advise of rights hearing.

Jamaal L. Clendinen, 28, of Calabash Boom, St. John, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and battery/domestic violence, after he was allegedly identified as the individual that slapped his girlfriend in the face and scratched her about the body. No bail was set for Clendinen, and he was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections.

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Shamoy E. Jarvis, 22, of Bovoni, was arrested Sunday and charged with driving under the influence after he was allegedly involved in an auto collision and failed a field sobriety test. Bail for Jarvis was set at $500.

Valencia Charles, 33, of Contact Knolls Apartments was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and battery/domestic violence after she allegedly struck her minor son about the body with a stick, causing visible injuries. No bail was set for Charles and she was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections.

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