NORTHBRIDGE, Mass. – Two Northbridge residents were arrested Monday morning on misuse of credit card charges, and one was also charged with resisting arrest.
Nathaniel Parker, 20, and Nicole DeLuca, 20, both of 14 C St., were arrested at the C Street address at 11:10 a.m. after an investigation by Det. John Ouillette and Lt. Timothy Labrie.
Parker was charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, misuse of a credit card and larceny over $500. DeLuca was charged with larceny over $250 and misuse of a credit card and on a warrant out of Uxbridge District Court for receiving stolen property and a warrant out of Worcester Court for shoplifting.
Both were taken to Uxbridge District Court for arraignment.
Also arrested on Monday was a 25-year-old Uxbridge man who was charged with violating a protective order.
Jason P. Hawkins of 300 West River Road, Uxbridge was arrested at 10:06 p.m. on a violation that allegedly occurred at 2400 Providence Road. Uxbridge police assisted with the arrest.
Police said Hawkins was held until Tuesday morning when he was transferred to Uxbridge District Court for arraignment. Police said there was no bail due to the charges.
Arresting officers were Randy Lloyd and Michael Marino.
Arrested on Oct. 12 by Northbridge police was Justin Wallace, 20, of 33 Pleasant St. on court default warrants on six original charges of destruction of property and larceny over $250.
Police said he was arrested without incident at his home and taken to Uxbridge District Court.
Arresting officers were Richard Gorman and Brian Collins
The Police Department also responded to several minor motor vehicle accidents the week of Oct. 8 through 15.